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In 2006 after 14 years of civil war President Sirleaf was sworn in as president, a turning point in the history of Liberia.
Journalist Helene Cooper reveals the violent past of her home country Liberia in this deeply personal memoir, a finalist for the 2008 National Book Critic’s Award.
In this groundbreaking national bestseller award winning journalists show how “a little help” can transform the lives of the most disadvantaged women and girls globally.
An inspiring story of a woman who left international banking to understand what causes global poverty and tackle it!
A Unique narrative about making a difference in the world, from award winning journalists.
Award winning documentary chronicling the women of Liberia, Muslim and Christian who protested to demand peace for their country and bring the civil war to an end, which left thousands dead and displaced.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf along with Lemah Gbowee (both now winners of the Nobel Peace Prize For Peace) and other female leaders strive to bring peace and democracy to their country.
Award winning documentary focusing on women in Ethiopia suffering from an isolating and devastating birth injury, (obstetric fistula) and Dr. Catherine Hamlin and The Hamlin Hospital, providing surgical recovery and restoring dignity.
From Child Soldiers to Peacebuilders-a film by Everyday Ghandi’s. Young Liberians, children when they became victims (many abducted) of the civil war, learn that their future and lasting peace depend on one personal battle—the fight to forgive themselves and the adults who forced them to kill.
Emmy nominated Best Documentary-highly acclaimed, an educational sponsor of a Kenyan student, who never expected to hear from yet as this narrative unfolds he is inspired by and acts on the empowerment he received-and they re-unite, this film bears witness to “the ripple effect a single act” can create.
Award winning documentary, presents powerful stories of at risk pregnant women from Bangladesh to the United States, but their deaths and injuries are preventable.
Be inspired by this Bedouin women who joins 30 other illiterate women to become solar engineers at Barefoot College.