Documentary Spotlights West African 'Sisters In Law'

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Sisters in Law

Vera Ngassa (left) and Beatrice Ntuba Courtesy of Women Make Movies hide caption

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Two women in the West African nation of Cameroon are delivering justice and breaking gender barriers in the courtroom. Their work is the subject of the documentary Sisters-in-Law. Judge Vera Ngassa, one of the women featured in the film, and filmmaker Kim Longinotto discuss the women's unique bond and the idea behind creating the documentary.

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