BBC’s 100 Women 2016 – Tess Asplund: The Woman who Faced Down 300 Neo-Nazis
Actor. Tennis Player. Hostage. Mayor. These are just a few of the incredible people who are part of the BBC’s annual installment of 100 Women 2016. This rich and diverse series of stories interweave the world’s tapestries with humor, heart, and thoughtfulness. For one hundred days, you can hear or watch the interviews with women from a wide range of backgrounds. We are brought into close view of their lives; given a brief glimpse of their souls; and, shared the experiences which define them.
This week, Soulivity Magazine present the incredible story of Tess Asplund. With 300 uniformed neo-Nazis approaching, Tess stood her ground and become an important figure in the fight against the far right in Europe.
For more about the series and other information, please be sure to check out the BBC 100 Women website here.
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BBC's 100 Women 2016 - Tess Asplund: The Woman who Faced Down 300 Neo-Nazis
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