Liberia’s Women

April 30, 2009 at 7:05 pm | Posted in Economy, Foreign Affairs, television | Leave a comment
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(Worldfocus) For a 14-year period ending in 2003, Liberia struggled with a brutal civil war, a crippled economy and not much hope. That was until a women’s movement started to take hold — a movement that helped to drive a dictator from power and gave women the kind of opportunities they could never have dreamed of.

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