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The Struggle for Peace

Hour 2:           How powerful can the struggle for peace really be? We’ll spend this hour with Nobel Peace Prize recipient Leymah Gbowee who helped lead the Liberian Mass Action for Peace, a coalition of Christian and Muslim women who sat in public protest, confronting Charles Taylor – Liberia’s ruthless president and rebel warlords to achieve peace. Gbowee will address the World Affairs Council of Dallas Fort Worth this evening in conjunction with the Embrey Human Rights Program at Southern Methodist University.

  • Jacquikim15n

    I love to listern to Think.  Krys Boyd has the ability to asked the most interesting questions, to point sometimes of catching her guest’s off guard with the questions.  And today once again she had the most interesting guest Leymah Gbowee….  this interview has to make you realise how great we have it here in are country.  Look forward to tomorrow.  Thanks Jacqui Kimberlin,.

  • r

    I enjoyed her interview today!  I have been to Ghana but not to Liberia..what a woman of power and vison for peace…My sister!!!

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