It's a question asked every day in Darfur. Women risk rape and mutilation each time they leave the refugee camps in search of fire wood. With as many as 400,000 Darfuris dead and 2.3 million more having fled their homes for the safety of refugee camps, it may seem overwhelming but there is hope. http://darfurstoves.org/
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Rosa Parks - My Story by Rosa Parks
Ahlam Mosteghanemi (born 13 April 1953), is a notable Algerian writer. She is the first female Algerian author of Arabic-language works to be translated into English (famous Algerian novelist Assia Djebar writes in French). Thus far, the first two of a trilogy have been translated. They are Memory in the Flesh and Chaos of the Senses. They reflect and feature the Algerian struggle for postcolonial success and security.