Living Out Loud | Dec 21, 2012 | 27:28

Foreign Travel - Part 2

"Women of Morocco". Carma Jolly travels to Morocco to talk with three women who live very different lives; One is a mother of two young children who has done something very rare in Morocco; she's left an abusive husband and taken refuge in a women's shelter. Another is a young single woman living confidently and alone with a car, a job and her own apartment. The third is is an older woman who says she's lived a happy life even if most of it has been spent behind the closed doors of her family home.

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