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Leymah Gbowee on Life After the Nobel

October 18, 2011

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  1. Masnoh Wilson says:

    Thank you Leymah for expressing every woman’s struggle…balancing motherhood and work!

  2. Ophelia Lewis says:

    Thank you, Ms. Gobwee, for your sacrifice and love for Liberia and women around the world.

  3. Omofolabo Ajayi says:

    Thank you Ms Gobwee for your courage, advocacy and especially standing up for the children. Yes, the difficult balancing act – motherhood and work but I am sure your children will appreciate your work and what you have done for your country.

  4. Katherine Harrington says:

    You are an AMAZING woman! I would love to meet you one day. Your courage, your passion, your heart, has touched women around the world. Your love for your country and its people conquered over fear and hate. I salute you Ms. Gbowee.

  5. Edwin says:

    After watching this incredible video, I couldn’t imagine how the resiliency of these unwavering women became the birth place for the recreation of Liberia! This Nobel Peace prize is for every woman around the world who needs to promote the security of their children. This the century of the people!

  6. Emmett Dennis says:

    Wow! And she is so articulate! We are all proud of Ms Gbowee!!

  7. Valerie Van Voast says:

    My prayers are with you, Leymah, as you strive to balance family and work.

  8. Chris Dudley says:

    We in Spokane, WA are so proud of you!! We loved you when you spoke here this summer and pray that you can live up to all your dreams! God bless you!

  9. Yatta Mitchell Marnwenh says:

    I am so proud of you and courage you have with the love of God do do what you have done of our country Liberia. Women all around the world are proud of you. I pray that God continue to bless you and enable you to do many great things in the path you have choosen.

  10. Yatta Mitchell Marnwenh says:

    I am so proud of you and the courage you have with the love of God do do what you have done of our country Liberia. Women all around the world are proud of you. I pray that God continue to bless you and enable you to do many great things in the path you have choosen.

  11. Sianeh K says:

    Ms Gbowee God bless you! Indeed you are a woman of courage! Thank you for all you & the women of Liberia did to bring peace to mama Liberia! The Nobel peace prize awarded to you is well deserved! May God continue to guide you in everything you do!

  12. Joyce Neufville says:

    So proud to be a Liberian. So proud to be a woman. The Nobel committee chose well Ms. Gbowee. You truly are an inspiration.

  13. D. owah Boakai (Rev.) says:

    My Mother as a Lutheran woman and marker woman went and my father in law a Lutheran Deacon ( F. Pedersen) explain your vision and conviction. The singing made me stopped two times to walked up and speak at fish market – you deserve this recognition but your Farther in heaven is proud you glorified Christ by your compassion and sacrifice to do something no one -even minister dare do at that in Liberia.. kpelle people say mia mia

  14. M.kranto says:

    Its for you ms Gbowee, you deserve it. indeed you are a woman faith.

  15. Rebecca Read says:

    Reminded of the quote “The personal is the political” and that what we do in our own lives should be a reflection of what we fight for and believe in.

  16. Kaari Murungi says:

    Leymah, stayed up all night reading your memoirs…mighty be our power! Hongera Dada! You deserve all the recognition.

  17. Dawn Slocum says:

    God bless you and help your message and strength carry around the world strengthening ALL women your path to speak out and find themselves.

  18. Joy says:

    Stay focused on Christ! Thats how you’ll figure it out and get it all done! I’ll keep you in my prayers always!

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