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Breaking Through the Glass Sidewalk: Why Every City Needs Women Influencers

Breaking Through the Glass Sidewalk: Why Every City Needs Women Influencers

How women uniquely lead neighborhood transformation.

One dark night in 2003, a vivid dream woke Leymah Gbowee with a start. Leymah immediately called a meeting of the women in her small Liberian church. Together they formed the Christian Women's Peace Initiative to protest the civil war ripping apart their ...

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