While they still face unnecessary hurdles, American women no longer face serious threats because they want an education. Rape, kidnapping, serious injury and murder are, unfortunately, very real to far too many women and girls around the world, as evidenced by the bold kidnappings of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls last month.
Join host Michelle Hollinger for a discussion with Lorna Owens, a Miami attorney and founder of Footprints Foundation, an organization that works in the Democratic Republic of Congo to reduce maternal and infant mortality "in a country often described as the worst place on earth to be a woman."
The women will discuss the Nigerian kidnappings and what women in the U.S. can do to help.
Also, the show will delve into why women with the freedom to do so, must eliminate all self-imposed obstacles to living the lives of their dreams.
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