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Women's rights

For more than 40 years, Women’s Equality Day has been observed on Aug. 26, calling attention to disparities in upward mobility, reproductive rights and political representation. ASU experts have researched and discussed a range of pressing concerns around women’s rights. Here are some of their perspectives.

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“You don’t need to speak the language to understand how much of a difference has been made...every progress is a celebration.” - ASU alumna Courtney Caron, an audiologist helping hearing impared people in the African country of Malawi

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