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Nujood Ali, Yemen
Photograph by Stephanie Sinclair, National Geographic
Nujood Ali was ten when she fled her abusive, much older husband and took a taxi to the courthouse in Sanaa, Yemen. The girl’s courageous act—and the landmark legal battle that ensued—turned her into an international heroine for women’s rights. Now divorced, she is back home with her family and attending school again.
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nationalgeographicdaily:

Nujood Ali, Yemen

Photograph by Stephanie Sinclair, National Geographic

Nujood Ali was ten when she fled her abusive, much older husband and took a taxi to the courthouse in Sanaa, Yemen. The girl’s courageous act—and the landmark legal battle that ensued—turned her into an international heroine for women’s rights. Now divorced, she is back home with her family and attending school again.

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    I read her story :) “I am Nujood, Age 10 and Divorced”. It’s a great book, everyone should read it - not too long, not...
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