Its whole history relies on great passions tragically predetermined by social inequalities.
These are usually crueler and more exclusionary towards women and other minorities occupying symbolically weaker positions of power.
“Unknown, I Live with You,” divided, fragmented, and perhaps with something killed inside me. It is uniquely carried by the statuesque and emotional voice of Polish opera star Małgorzata Walewska.
The programme is supported by activists from local organizations like RAWA, Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan.
The texts combine great simplicity with powerful expression.
The Afghan poets’ defiance is not only an act of writing that can become a death sentence.
It is not only a report of a crime committed by a political regime creating a retroactive order that is violent towards women and, by being so, exposes its primitive weakness.