Female Squash Player Maria Toorpaki Finds Freedom by Fleeing the Taliban

Maria Toorpaki grew up in one of Pakistan's most tribal and repressive areas. She had to disguise herself to play squash and her family received death threats as a consequence. She now trains in Canada and is set to become the world's number one female squash player. Her organization helps girls in Pakistan and the Middle East find freedom by overcoming the sexism in the culture.