Agnes Pareyio

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Agnes Pareyio

from 395.00

Wall of Femme is a series of portraits of brave and inspiring women who challenged conventions, dared to be different and paved the way for others.

Quote on print: Agnes Pareyio 1956 - 
"They cut me very severely. As I was lying there, I resolved I wouldn´t let this happen to more girls".

Agnes Pareyio is a Maasai woman from Kenya. When she was fourteen years old, she was a victim of the traditional and horrendous female genital mutilation. 
Forty years later, she is an outspoken leader in Kenya on women's rights, and runs a rescue center for girls fleeing mutilation and forced marriage.

Despite death threats and a constant struggle for resources, Agnes continues her fight against female genital mutilation. It is estimated that more than two million girls are cut worldwide, every year.

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High quality print made on beautiful, photographic paper. The paper is matte, fade resistant, and professional quality.

Frame not included.
Prints are carefully packaged and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube for best possible protection.
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