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We had those subtle kinds of issues in Liberia at the time, because whilst all of the different warring factions were from the different ethnic groups, where there were undertones, religious undertones, and we knew that if we had to build peace, we needed to bring not just the women together, but women from diverse background.
We have 16 ethnic groups, and with the two major religious groups in Liberia, Christian and Muslims.
We sat, and we just decided we’re going to protest and demand three things: immediate unconditional ceasefire, dialogue and the intervention—international intervention force.When we started our protest, we barely got the media’s attention, not local media and definitely not the international media.Once we put out there, and it was a real strategy that—we felt like the men in our society were really not taking a stand.We are joined right now by Leymah Gbowee—she is the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner; Mairead Maguire, who won the prize in 1976; and you will also be hearing from Jody Williams, who won in 1997. It’s the hundredth anniversary of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.