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COTTON WIDOWS

Every 30 minutes an Indian farmer commits suicide.  These are the stories of survival of the widows they leave behind.

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Sabina sulovsky
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jeremy monaro
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pamela burrell
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Fundraising $3,000.00 Indians in Sydney community Director/ Writer $18,000.00 Neo Classic Studios, India $4000.00 Total : 25,000

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