Burqas and Bans: Freedom or Oppression


The outspoken and controversial women's rights activist Farzana Hassan explores whether the niqab, the face-covering veil traditionally worn by Islamic women, is a symbol of religious expression or a tool of oppression. IDEAS recorded her delivering this 2011 UBC/Laurier Institution Multiculturalism Lecture in Vancouver.

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