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    ARE WE SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE? -- A new poignant poem by Women's Rights advocate and political activist Meltem Arikan.

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    My friend #Turkish #Novelist and Women's Rights Activist @MeltemArikan. Her 4th novel was banned by Turkish Censors, so she has this to say about censorship: http://bit.ly/twN1mL

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