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March 25, 1999 
FOR USE WITH STORY RIGHTS-ACTIVISTS - Reebok Human Rights Award winners Julie Dogbadzi of Ghana (L) and... 
New York, USA 
FEATURE MATCHER REEBOK HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD WINNERS. 
FOR USE WITH STORY RIGHTS-ACTIVISTS - Reebok Human Rights Award winners Julie Dogbadzi of Ghana (L) and Ka Hsaw Wa of Burma during an interview in New York, March 25. Dogbadzi, 24, who escaped after 14 years in bondage, has become an advocate for other young girls and women forced into the practice known as Trokosi in the Upper Volta region of West Africa. Ka Hsaw Wa is an advocate for ethnic and rural minorities in Burma who has lived in hiding in Thailand for 11 years. They are two of four award winners honored by Reebok at a ceremony in New York, March 24.

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