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Indian 'Pink Sari Gang' Push for Roads, Justice

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Sampat Pal overcame poverty and illiteracy to lead a group of women to fight for women's rights in her town in Bundelkhand, in central India, Amana Fontanella-Khan says in this excerpt from "Pink Sari Revolution."

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