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Could Saudi Women's Driving Protest Usher in Social Reforms?

  • Aired: 06/17/2011
  • 07:23
  • Rating: E
Videos posted on YouTube Friday showed several Saudi Arabian women driving in Riyadh and other cities -- a direct violation of a religious ban that prohibits women to drive a car or obtain a drivers license. Judy Woodruff discusses the protests' impact with blogger Hala Al-Dosari and Arab Reform Bulletin Editor Michele Dunne.
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