May is a Lebanese Muslim woman, who have been working since 23 years. She has also been in charge of her family of six children, in light of her husband's continuous travel in the past nine years.
Though many societies are still using religion to justify women's exclusion from the society, May's story is a typical example of the life of Muslim women in Lebanon.
This video is prepared as part of the Voices of Our Future Program 2013 by WorldPulse (worldpulse.com). I'd like to thank the staff of worldpulse, in particular Delphine Crisenzo and Zoe Piliafas, my vision mentor Usha Sharma, my editorial mentor Carly Diaz, my family members, specifically my mother Basyma Chehab and my sister Niam Itani, for their patience and support. Last but not least, I am very thankful to my hero, May, for approving to expose her own life publicly on the internet!
All the footage and audio in this video are copyrighted material. Yet, the sound track-'Imrovisation On Friday'- is used under a cc license, retrieved from ccmixter.org
'A Day of May's Life', available on this link:
This multimedia story is part of an assignment for Voices of Our Future a program of World Pulse that provides rigorous digital empowerment and citizen journalism training for grassroots women leaders. World Pulse lifts and unites the voices of women from some of the most unheard regions of the world.
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