A First Person View of Afghanistan – 57 min
From the eyes of Mallory Millet, who lived in Afghanistan in 1967, a riveting story of the country and its people. A place like no other, Americans brought some hope, some reprieve for women, and it has now been taken away and thousands are dying. Mallory talks with Robin Hylton and Linda Martinelli about her experience as a resident of a country stuck in time. Join us as the Ladies of Liberty Sound Off. You’re gonna love this.
In this unsettled world, we as women play a most important role in history as peacemakers at this time and place. Our goal is to affect women’s lives in an empowering way through a discussion of the important issues of the day. Women have unheralded yet unlimited power and come from a place of love and compromise, common sense, faith, and unyielding wisdom. Women are the defining force that will calm the winds of chaos and violence and earth’s greatest advocates for peace.
Mallory Millett resides in New York City with her husband of over twenty years. CFO for several corporations, she is a longstanding Director of The David Horowitz Freedom Center and sits on the Board of Regents for the Center for Security Policy.