What happens when women lead protests?

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A recent article in The Atlantic highlighted that we’re seeing a broader trend of women leading protests across the world. BFM speaks to women’s rights activist Ivy Josiah to find out whether we are also seeing such trends in Malaysia, and what happens when women lead protest movements. 

Produced by Lim Sue Ann

Presented by Dashran Yohan, Lim Sue Ann and Juliet Jacobs

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