Hadizatou Mani

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Hadizatou Mani is a Nigerien human rights activist that fought to free herself from slavery in courts of law. She has been honored with the 2009 International Women of Courage Award[1] and is on Time Magazine's 2009 list of the world's 100 most influential people.[2][3]

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