Joined by War: Women's Rights in Today's Afghanistan

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For nearly a decade, Americans and Afghans have been joined by conflict. In the first years of the war, images of a 'liberated' Afghanistan with gleaming new girls schools were a heartening change from the years of Taliban brutality. Yet local laws have again become more conservative. And with talk of reconciliation with the Taliban, some wonder: do women's rights in Afghanistan still matter? In this special town hall conversation, Afghan and American audiences discuss their hopes for justice and women's rights in Afghanistan.