Stephen Colbert interviews Leymah Gbowee
organized a sex strike among women until the Liberian civil war ended. Liberia
is a west African country. In 1847, freed American slaves created Liberia with a Declaration of Independence
and a Constitution
. The government of Liberia is modeled on the government of the United States.
Source: The Colbert Report - Leymah Gbowee
Peace activist Leymah Gbowee interviewed by Tavis Smiley
Liberian native and author of Mighty Be Our Powers
discusses the importance of and challenges faced by women in politics and the significance of the nation’s first woman president
. Gbowee is one of three recipients of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize
Source: Peace activist Leymah Gbowee
Mighty Be Our Powers with Leymah Gbowee
A champion of women's empowerment around the world, Leymah Gbowee is an African peace activist often credited with aiding the cessation of the Second Liberian Civil War
in 2003 through her extraordinary women-led peace movement.
Source: Mighty Be Our Powers - How Sisterhood, Prayer & Sex Changes a Nation at War with Leymah Gbowee
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