“To see her so shaken brought tears to my eyes. I started crying for the first time during an interview. It never happened before in my career, even in the worst situations. Behind the video camera, my colleague Justine stopped filming. Photographer Adek put down her camera. The despair of Rada had taken hold of the room and gave shape to those of Afghan women,” writes Anne Chaon, recently returned from Afghanistan, where she met women fearing for the freedoms won over 20 years, or even their lives, as the Taliban gains ground every day.