AfroPop Series Continues with Mrs. Goundo’s Daughter

Posted on February 17, 2011
The ITVS funded film airs this month on public television Mrs. Goundo’s Daughter tells the story of one mother’s fight for political asylum in the U.S. to protect her daughter from female genital cutting, a traditional practice in her home country of Mali. The documentary, by filmmakers Barbara Attie and Janet Goldwater, airs throughout February on Public Television. The film is part of the series AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange, produced by NBPC and co-presented by American Public Television (APT).


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