African Woman Political Leader Decries Demeaning Images of Women U.S. Culture Exports

November 15, 2008

As a member of the International Women's Forum, the preeminent, global network for women leaders, I have developed friendships with spectacular women from every continent.  During the IWF conference, held in Pittsburgh this October, I met Kah Walla, a young, political leader from Camaroon, Africa, who has all the brain power, charisma and eloquence to become a tremendous leader.  

I asked her to talk with me about women's leadership.  Here is our conversation, which includes her compelling plea for the United States to stop exporting degrading images of women throughout the world through our movies and music videos.  Click here to listen to the voice and insight of a leader.  

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