The Debate Surrounding Iranian Gender Rights

As Maryam reflects upon her experiences as a woman in Iran, she takes a moment to sip her chai tea latte. Strands of strawberry blonde hair spill out rebelliously from beneath her Adidas visor, and through the window of the coffee shop, the bright glare from the large advertisements surrounding Times Square illuminate the side of her face.

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Article by: Olivia Lace-Evans
British multimedia journalist based in New York. Documentary specialist at Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.