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All you will need is a camera or a cell phone with a camera, paper and a bold marker!
Don't miss your last chance to be part of this historic exhibit! Take a photo of yourself with your answer to the question: What Defines Your Generation of Women? Then, submit it to be included in the exhibit. Here's how:

Instructions:
  1. In big, bold letters, write your answer to the question, "What Defines Your Generation of Women?" on a piece of paper using a dark marker. All languages are welcome, but our four featured languages -- English, Arabic, French or Spanish -- are preferred.
  2. With your camera or cell phone camera, take a photograph of yourself or ask someone to take it for you.
  3. Email your photo or text it from your cell phone to iosubmissions@imow.org. Please include your name and, if you like, your reasons for chosing that answer.

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After you have submitted your photo, see if you can get three more people to send in photos with their answers. Everyone is welcome! Submit photos before 25 December 2007 to be included.

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Ooluss Louisa Ibhaze
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As a woman it gives me a very refreshing feeling to see that our women are moving foward. Gone are the days of not being seen nor heard. Today we are in everyones faces screaming ! Literarily.That is why I choose to say we are BOLDER today...
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