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The Silent Wailing

Draped in pantaloons and white scarves sitting on handmade pillows and loomed kilms, the Ahmica Muslim Women War Crimes survivors in sharing their experiences practice political memory necesary for a more readily visible living monument to learn from.

The Kolo: Women's Cross Cultural Collaboration annual Peaceful Dimensions against Gender Violence conferences included a visit with the Ahmica women war survivors in the past. The inscription of their texts are personal ornaments passed on through an inheritance within families during times of catastrophic crisis.


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