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Women Under Siege


A short film on the impact of religious extremism on the lives of women in Houston, Texas and Karachi, Pakistan.

This documentary is about Voices Breaking Boundaries' April 2012 living room art production, Women Under Siege, that focused on the impact of religious extremism on the lives of women in Houston and Karachi, Pakistan.

Find out more about VBB's Women Under Siege production

Editor: Yunuen Perez Vertti

Director: Sehba Sarwar

Footage collected by: Philomena Bradford, Marc Furi, Eric Hester, Mahwash Rahman and Katie Plochek


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