Keep Going: Female Cyclist Introduces Sport to Jordanian Women

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Batoul Arnaout is a name you may not know, but she is an example of what a strong woman looks like. After growing up playing sports, she had an injury…

The Hijab: A Sign of Sisterhood and Unity

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Is the Hijab a symbol of oppression? In America and most of the western world, the hijab or the head covering worn by Muslim women is advertised as a symbol…

Human Trafficking Awareness Month Part 4 – Advocacy Day VLOG

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Introducing This Woman Knows very first vlog! We followed Redeemed Ministries Operations Director, Desirie Dougall, to the State Capitol for Human Trafficking Advocacy Day sponsored by Children at Risk. Watch a…

Human Trafficking Awareness Month Part 3 – A Survivor’s Poem, At My Core

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January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and I have the privilege of serving a group of young women rescued from sex trafficking and prostitution. A few times a year I…