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Gbowee Talks About Winning Nobel Peace Prize

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This year's Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to three women for their leadership roles in various non-violent struggles for the safety of women and women's rights. Melissa Block speaks with one of those women: Leymah Gbowee of Liberia. Gbowee mobilized women from disparate ethnic and religious groups to participate in fasting, prayer and even sex strikes, in an effort to bring an end to war in their country.
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