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Activist battles Kenyan tradition of rape 'beading'

Date: May 11, 2011
Author: David McKenzie
QUOTE: Intricate beaded necklaces are a symbol of the Kenyan nation. But to young Samburu girls, the necklaces are a symbol not of national pride, but something much darker, that can lead to rape, unwanted pregnancies -- and even the deaths of newborns...

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