With change not expected to come from a ballot box, female graffiti artists in Afghanistan take a stand with cans of spraypaint.
Today’s Afghan woman has choices she didn’t have during the Taliban rule that lasted from the mid-1990s to 2001 — like running for parliament.
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — When the Taliban ruled Afghanistan, women rarely left their home. When they did venture beyond their four walls, they wafted through crowded markets covered from head to toe in the all-encompassing burqa. While most women in conservative Afghanistan may still wear the burqa, today's Afghan woman has choices she didn't