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Published on Nov 19, 2009
Activists in Africa have begun to fight against the widespread practice of female circumcision. They say the practice is a human rights abuse that destroys a woman's ability to enjoy sex, is sometimes fatal, and frequently leads to lifelong pain and disability. Carolyn Weaver reports on a new documentary that focuses on the fight by African community activists and educators against this age-old practice that is still performed each year on millions of girls.