Iranian Women Set Sights On Upcoming Election

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Sussan Tahmasebi is a woman's rights activist based in Tehran and a founding member of the One Million Signatures Campaign — a movement seeking to gather one million signatures in hopes of changing gender-biased laws in Iran.

Tahmasebi speaks with host Scott Simon about the role women will play in Iran's upcoming presidential elections.

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