The powerful woman no longer letting shame silence her

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SBS VOICES | 4 June 2020

“Her book Rising Heart is a moving account of her captivity, release and rollercoaster of incarnations after coming to Australia as a refugee in 2000: Western Sydney schoolgirl, young model and fashion retail worker, then UNHCR volunteer and ambassador, speaker at Parliament House, actor in the global hit The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe, mother of two, and now author and activist for maternal health in Africa.”

“So often, people talk about the problems of Africa but no one talk solutions. Africa is put in the too-hard basket. But we want to show this is how we can make a change.” @aminata_conteh_biger

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