Leadership

Saudi Driving Star Pays a High Personal Price

Thursday, June 14, 2012

One year later, Manal al-Sharif has a host of international honors for helping to spur 100-plus women into the driver seats. But she's lost her job and finds it too dangerous to travel to accept any more awards.




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