Students Think America Oppresses Women Until They Hear About Afghanistan

Campus Reforms reports “since the Taliban invaded Afghanistan, many people are worried about the rights of women and children under Taliban rule in the country.”

Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson talked with female students at the University of Central Florida about what is happening in Afghanistan and how that compares to the treatment women receive in the United States.

All of the students Campus Reform talked to said that women are oppressed in this country. “There’s definitely some unfair treatment in some aspects,” one student said.

“We already have a lower pay range even if we are overqualified for the position,” another student said. When Jacobson told students about the treatment that women receive under the Taliban, the students were shocked.

“It makes me very nervous for the young girls growing up who might not be able to get an education,” one student said. Students told Jacobson that learning how Afghani women will be treated by the Taliban changes their perspective on what women deal with in America.

Does seeing what is happening in Afghanistan make these young women more grateful to be in America and the values it holds? Watch to find out in this latest report from Campus Reform.


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