End of the Road
Long before she led Gerwani, Uma Sardjono studied different ideologies from political courses. She was known as a feminist who was loyal to her party.
A SMALL wooden plank was attached to the front wall of the Dutch-colonial style house. “YOUNG PATHOOK ‘43 GENERATION,” the text said. The next sentence was illegible as the paints had already faded.
The large house in Pathuk village, Ngampilan, Yogyakarta—around 1.3 kilometers west of Malioboro—did seem neglected. The paints on its walls and window frames had almost entirely peeled off. Weeds grew wild in the yard....
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