Life in an Afghan School


Since the Taliban regime was ousted in Afghanistan, hundreds of school doors have been opened for girls all around the country. While the Taliban was in power, women and girls were forbidden to work, learn or show their faces in public in the 1990s. Even though these young women still wear burkas to cover their hair and faces, inside the classroom they are free to remove the burka and reopen their textbooks.

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