The Zimbabwe Election And The Future Of Democracy In Africa; Virginity Testing in South Asia Condemned by Human Rights Watch; Menstrual Equity and Accessibility of Period Products
On Today's Show
- Millions of Zimbabweans lined up at the polls this week to elect a leader after nearly four decades of rule by Robert Mugabe.
- Despite human rights organizations denouncing the virginity test or “’two-finger test,” it is still an ongoing practice in South Asian countries.
- The stigma around menstruation and inaccessibility of affordable period products is keeping millions of young girls from getting an education.