Women. Power. Peace

Upcoming screenings of Pray the Devil Back to Hell and Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee’s visit to Little Rock

Pray the Devil Back to Hell chronicles the remarkable story of the courageous Liberian women who came together to end a bloody civil war and bring peace to their shattered country. Thousands of women — ordinary mothers, grandmothers, aunts and daughters, both Christian and Muslim — came together to pray for peace and then staged a silent protest outside of the Presidential Palace. Armed only with white T-shirts and the courage of their convictions, they demanded a resolution to the country’s civil war. Their actions were a critical element in bringing about a agreement during the stalled peace talks. A story of sacrifice, unity and transcendence, Pray the Devil Back to Hell honors the strength and perseverance of the women of Liberia. Inspiring, uplifting, and most of all motivating, it is a compelling testimony of how grassroots activism can alter the history of nations.*

Mark your Calendars to see "Pray the Devil Back to Hell"

the story of The Liberian Women's Peace Movement led by Leymah Gbowee, Nobel Peace Laureate.

Thompson Library. 38 Rahling Circle Monday March 18 6:30 p.m.
Main Library 100 Rock St. Wednesday April 3 6:30 p.m.
Fletcher Library 823 N. Buchanan St. Friday April 5 6:30 p.m.
Williams Library 1800 Chester St. Thursday April 11 6:30 p.m.
Arkansas WAND and the Clinton Foundation have partnered to bring Ms. Gbowee, one of the winners of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize to Arkansas.
She will speak on April 23rd as a part of the Clinton Foundation's Kumpuris Distinquished Lecture Series.