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The State We're In 2012, Story of the Week, part 11

From: Radio Netherlands Worldwide
Series: The State We're In 2012, Story of the Week
Length: 05:00

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Sarah Wali had moved from Cairo because she was tired of the harassment she experienced as a woman. Read the full description.

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The State We're In, Story of the Week, 16 March 2012
HOST: Jonathan Groubert
TAGS: Sexual harassment, Egypt, Sarah Wali, Arab Spring, Tahir Square

DESCRIPTION: Sarah Wali had moved from Cairo because she was tired of the harassment she experienced every day as a woman. But when the regime was toppled, she wanted to move back to help further the cause of freedom. Yet the harassment continued, on the street, in the car and even on horseback.

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IN: [music] I'm Jonathan Groubert...

RUNS: 5:00

OUT: ... that's t.s.w.i.-dot-org.

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The State We're In, Story of the Week, 16 March 2012
HOST: Jonathan Groubert
TAGS: Sexual harassment, Egypt, Sarah Wali, Arab Spring, Tahir Square

DESCRIPTION: Sarah Wali had moved from Cairo because she was tired of the harassment she experienced every day as a woman. But when the regime was toppled, she wanted to move back to help further the cause of freedom. Yet the harassment continued, on the street, in the car and even on horseback.

TSWI, STORY OF THE WEEK

IN: [music] I'm Jonathan Groubert...

RUNS: 5:00

OUT: ... that's t.s.w.i.-dot-org.

SUGGESTED OUTRO/EXTRO:

You can hear the full version of this story on The State We're In from Radio Netherlands Worldwide at [TIME] right here on [STATION].