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IntroductionIntroduction0 angie cordner


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IntroductionIntroduction0 angie cordner

  1. 1. I grew up in Underwood, MN and have been living in Fargo for the last 10 years. I am a Registered Nurse at Sanford and am completing my BSN degree. My Husband and I have been married for 3 years and recently became first time parents.
  2. 2. We have two dogs, Darby and Lola. They love going to the dog park and playing catch  I love going out to eat, crafting and shopping but most of all I love spending time with my son, Ivan 
  3. 3. Women in this country along with several other countries live under Muslim laws in which women are denied certain rights. Women in Sudan have been arrested for wearing pants in public and sentenced to lashes.
  4. 4. In developing countries woman’s life expectancy is decreased due to lack of technologies. Some woman of Sudan who’s duties were to collect firewood have been eased by the provision of gas cylinders and stoves.
  5. 5. Women Living Under Muslim Law (WLUML) was formed by women from various countries including Sudan. The purpose is to engage in activities such as coordinating international action alerts to decrease the amount of women stoned and killed, human rights and international agreements on the rights of women.
  6. 6. Burn, S. (2011). Women across cultures: A global perspective (3rd ed.). New York: McGraw- Hill.