Women in Black 

There’s still a war –- and some are still standing against it

An older woman stands in line at Murphy's Market with a small bottle of water. Short and hunched over, she's dressed in all black, loose-fitting clothes. She smiles at the clerk, looks down and says something softly, then slowly toddles into the…

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