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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly | Female Circumcision | PBS

Duration: 09:23
Program: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly #1446
Broadcast Date: Jul. 15, 2011

It is a painful rite of passage for girls in many African and Middle Eastern countries, but in Senegal there has been a remarkably successful effort to eliminate the practice of female circumcision.

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Post Date: July 15, 2011