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Three women from Africa and the Arab world.

They’ve all said... enough.

The men have done enough.

Leymah Gbowee, a key organizer of the non-violent campaign in Liberia, shares the Nobel Peace Prize of 2011 with President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, the first woman to be elected president in modern Africa, and journalist Tawakkol Karman of Yemen, the first Arab woman to win the prize.

In 2002, Leymah Gbowee, along with Comfort Freeman, presidents of two different Lutheran Churches, organized the Peacebuilding Network.

They, along with many other women of Liberia, both Christian and Muslim, persevered not only in witnesses for peace, but began to engage directly in conflict mediation.

"This [award]," she said, " is a huge recognition of the struggle of our women."

It’s been working.

A direct result is the election of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia, who has made it a priority to include women in Liberia’s reconstruction, from head of the ministries of commerce, justice, finance, youth and sports to gender and development.

She’s negotiated debt relief, boosted school enrollment by 40 percent, opened an investigation into corruption and started the truth and reconciliation commission to address crimes committed during the civil war.

''I look at those societies where women have been given the opportunity and those are the societies that succeed,'' she said.

Tawakkol Karman, Yemeni journalist, politician, heads an organization, which she co-founded in 2005 called Women Journalists Without Chains. 

Loathed by extremists, she has become the international public face of the 2011 Yemeni uprising that was part of the Arab Spring.

''I discovered that wearing the veil is not suitable for a woman who wants to work in activism and the public domain,'' she said. ''People need to see you, to associate and relate to you. It is not stated in my religion to wear the veil; it is a traditional practice, so I took it off.''

Creative non-violent direct action.

It couldn't happen at a better time.

J. Peterman

 

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October 13, 2011 12:10 AM
Img_1446 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 J. Ísles said...

I want to live in a world that is run by women like these.

October 13, 2011 12:27 AM
13091 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 janej78 said...

I love these women. Hurray for them!

October 13, 2011 1:26 AM
Myself 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Spring Fragrance said...

I love the picture too! How beautiful!
 
This reminds me of something I read a few years ago about how the women of Rwanda had a good run of their parliament as so many of their men had died. I revisited the story and have found that women now constitute about 45% of representatives vs a global 19%.
"When women are fully involved, the benefits are immediate - families are healthier and better fed and the income, savings and investments go up. And what is true of families is also true of communities and, in the long run, of whole countries."(2) This certainly appears to be the case in post-genocide Rwanda"
 
http://www.consultancyafrica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=465:political-sisterhood-in-rwanda-a-case-of-numbers-and-commitment&catid=59:gender-issues-discussion-papers&Itemid=267
 

October 13, 2011 1:49 AM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


PACE IN TERRA

No matter what it takes. Men have had forever without distinguishing themselves.
Not to be trivial but I am a student of women's hands… well, at least after shorts season is over.
Men? I mostly notice not what they are wearing but if it fits and so often, it doesn't.

October 13, 2011 4:24 AM
Com-100Com-300Com-500First-comHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Julia Masi said...

Women of strength need to be celebrated so they can inspire the next generation. 

October 13, 2011 4:48 AM
Stage_2 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 JALOPKIN said...

First thing I look at on a Woman is her Face ... and then, I look at her Hands .......
 
I find Beauty in all Women ... Give Thanks for it, and Celebrate it as often as I can, with Genuine Appreciation ...  

October 13, 2011 5:07 AM
Stage_2 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 JALOPKIN said...

On this Date in 1775 ... The United States NAVY was born ... 236 Years Old Today .......
 
I Salute Them, and ALL the Veterans Who Have Ever Served .......
 
I Shall Try and Hide My Anger and My Shame For All Those That Punk'd Out to Canada .......

October 13, 2011 6:49 AM
Myself 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Spring Fragrance said...

I would love to hear if Jax has any personal stories of women who become empowered after being rescued

October 13, 2011 7:07 AM
Bisa-avatar 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1 JaxZ said...

Patricia, I do! But I'm on an airplane and the door is about to close. I'll try and post when I'm changing planes. :)

October 13, 2011 7:09 AM
Atticus_1 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Bert said...

Women in positions of power might be the key to world peace.   Women best understand the reality that children become the young soldiers, sailors, and airmen who are placed in harm's way.  I can visualize a huge treasure trove that would be available to fix our infrastrastructure and create the jobs that we need to recover from our economic tailspin, assuming our defense budget could be lean & mean,  half it's current size.   Testosterone is likely the worst ingredient in the calculus of any formula to seek world peace.....

October 13, 2011 7:18 AM
25891 Com-100First-comHr-1Hr-5 rapidgirl said...

So many centuries and so much talent wasted while traditional male-dominated society has elected to keep women dumb, in both senses of the word.

October 13, 2011 7:51 AM
Myself 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Spring Fragrance said...

Actually, there is an interesting observation about the positioning of women in their society in relation to bull and bear markets. Negative social moods accompany bear markets (everything looks gloomy) and it is suggested that women benefit from these periods, gaining both positioning and prestige. I often analogize it to periods when “mummy make me better”. But as the market bottoms and a bull market (rising stock market prices) starts to shape, men regain control and charge it with dynamism and vigor. In other words, bull markets tend to see men in charge and bear markets tend to see women in charge….{look around today}

http://www.socionomics.net/2007/04/women-in-politics/

October 13, 2011 8:00 AM
Me_and_dave 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Andy said...

I yearn for a time when there won't be labels:  women, men, color, religion, but just deeds, character, abilities, morals ... not to be confused with religion.
 
My children are close to that time;  rarely, if ever, adding the adjective when relating an incident about someone.
 
I do, however, really like the picture. 
 
 

October 13, 2011 8:05 AM
10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Lynn830 said...

I read a science fiction story set in which the United States had passed a Constitutional Amendment that for fifty years the offices of President and Vice President were reserved for women.  And since that time we had not had a war.  Seems that the women - of either party - sought other ways to settle conflict.  We need to raise strong women.  And men have a particular responsibility.  There are those who assert that the strongest women are those who have a positive relationship with their fathers - not one that was distant or cold.  Only we men can do that, but it takes time and effort, not disappearing eternally into workaholism.

October 13, 2011 8:33 AM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


The Peace prize, political to the core, seems recently to have been awarded with an eye to the future: for effort, outlook and aspirations rather than a large body of accomplishment (see Barack Obama).
Maybe there just isn't enough peace in our part of the animal kingdom to reward the makers of it.
Most animals fight over territory, food and sex not necessarily in that order.
Humans throw into the mix, money and religion and some can't tell the difference.
I'd bet on women, if they where in power, to get into fewer battles. Whether they would be better with money, remains unclear.

Leymah Gbowee and her attire look a lot like a magnificent woman whose size created a problem on our plane. She handled herself with dignity, the crew did not.
We have forsaken that airline for their mismanagement of that and for other reasons.
 

October 13, 2011 9:21 AM
Pecos_tommy 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Tommy Typical said...

Kudos to beauty in motion. The crosses we bear define us without question. But I for the most part don't go through the day thinking about my color, gender, or sexual orientation in my decision making. For me, "The right thing to do is the hard thing to do". Yep- Me and my literary bud- Travis McGee agree. My female role models are strong and gentle, a perfect mix & my mom and my wife have an implied motto which covers it all "be kind but don't take any shit off anybody."
You Rascals, People everywhere just got to be free.

October 13, 2011 9:40 AM
Com-100Com-300Com-500First-comHr-1Hr-5 George Hall said...

Congratulations and thanks to the men and women of the United States Navy on the 236 Anniversary of your proud service. Most of you know I wasn't directly in the Navy but I am always proud of the Naval tradition my branch has  shared with the Navy from the beginning!
 
 

October 13, 2011 10:32 AM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

Whose bright idea was it that the world had to be run by anybody?
As for the hands, there are eight hands and three women.
I remember the video of the hand model with the million dollar
hands. 
She was (as Miss Bebe would say) creepy.
Those hands in the circle belong to two different models at most.
I don't like photo shop, it's a scam.
So is a peace prize funded by explosives.
Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid are identical twins born smiles apart.
Power corrupts independent of gender.
How's that for conflict, ladies and gentlemen?  Mediate that.
 
My hat is off to the men and women of the US Navy and their contribution to
conflict resolution.
It's been some time since we heard any rumblings on the high seas out of

France, Spain, Germany, Russia, China, Japan and (except for the Falklands)
the UK.
If the world must be run by someone, I want it to be Ivan and Jax, I think
they are fraternal twins, born light years apart.

Go ahead paolo click on send, go on, point and click.

October 13, 2011 10:45 AM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


I could be dead wrong about this but humans, as pack animals, seem to require if not crave leadership.
If that is true, the question is how much power does leadership need?
The power over our money, behavior, privacy, safety and even health seems like a bit much.

October 13, 2011 11:31 AM
Com-100Com-300Com-500First-comHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Carol said...

Good for those women..........however, before we get too caught up in women equal peace, men equal prosperity please recall ancient history and the number of women rulers: Kubaba, Queen of Kish--extended the territories.  Extensions didn't come peacefully even then in the ancient area that we now call Iran.  Kiru and Sibatum--the Sumerian sisters who couldn't rule peacefully living with the same man. Semiramis head of the Assyrians who led military expeditions against the Medes.   

October 13, 2011 11:38 AM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

Carol you forgot to mention Margaret Thatcher, the princess warrior.

October 13, 2011 11:48 AM
Com-100Com-300Com-500First-comHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Carol said...

Paolos---I was only dredging up Ancient history.

October 13, 2011 11:49 AM
Stage_2 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 JALOPKIN said...

Even in the Best of Times ... if Total Equality and Harmony COULD be achieved ... There must always be a Watchman .......
 
"Do Not Sleep As Others Sleep, But Keep You a Watch in The Night ..."
 
 
MISS ANDY:  Well Put, Indeed .......

October 13, 2011 12:07 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

ChefDeb ~ is Hazel still missing?  I must have really p!!$$ed her off
although I can't for the life of me figure out what it could have been.  One day
I will learn to bite my tongue, but not just yet.
 
Carol ~ I thought Ivan and Stoney were the only two from the village who
were around that far back.  Are we to inscribe your name in our list of The
Ancients? 

October 13, 2011 12:10 PM
Com-100Com-300Com-500First-comHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Carol said...

...I'll keep you guessing, Paolos...

October 13, 2011 12:11 PM
4224 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 RoadYacht said...

it takes a Mom and  a Dad

October 13, 2011 12:17 PM
4224 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 RoadYacht said...

I hope it is merely a tea in keyboard episode that has hijacked Hazel

October 13, 2011 12:41 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

A key in a teaboard sounds like a Through the Looking Glass
episode.  Which brings us to the notorious...
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6xf06kdCRs

October 13, 2011 12:45 PM
4244 Com-100Com-300Com-500First-comHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 ChefDeb said...

PAOLOS--its been days now, no Hazel. Very worried.

October 13, 2011 12:49 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

CD ~ I don't know if Floyd found her on Facebook, but this has happened before and it was just as RoadYacht said, a tea in the keyboard incident or something very similar.  Let's hope that's all it is.  

October 13, 2011 1:22 PM
10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Rusty said...

Not like Hazel to go silent if she's a bit p!!$$ed, Paolos.  She's to good on the come-back.  I'm with you, ChefDeb.  Something's not right. 
 
Stoney, thanks for the tears.  Anchors Away and Hail to the United States Navy every man and woman in it.
 
I do think men and women think differently on many subjects.  I do think women can be fighters for military victories as well as peace victories as can men.   Tutu, Mendela just happen to come to mind.  Gbowee, Johnson-Sirleaf and Karman risked a great deal even their lives to fight as they fought so whether the Peace Prize is political or not they deserve to be honored.  Winning the prize may bring them reconition and respect from some who never heard of them.  Beacons  of hope for other downtrodden peoples especially women.

October 13, 2011 1:29 PM
5211 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1 Dancingkatz said...

I was gratified to hear that the Nobel Peace Prize went to these three women. However, I am bothered by the intimation that men are geared for war and women are geared for peace. Men and women are equally capable of pursuing violence as well as peace. It comes down to personal choice as to which way you are going to behave when you've finally had enough. These three women had enough of war and violence and decided to act peacefully to change their worlds. I applaud their choice and wish them and their country men/women well. As far as the peace prize being funded by explosives goes, only the initial pool of funds came from Nobel's estate. He was horrified by what his invention had done to make war even more horrible and wished that his riches be used to change the world so that those horrors would be prevented. Since then the prize money has come from investment income and other bequests and donations from peace-minded people and foundations. I can think of a lot worse things that money could be doing, can't you? 

October 13, 2011 1:30 PM
5211 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1 Dancingkatz said...

I was gratified to hear that the Nobel Peace Prize went to these three women. However, I am bothered by the intimation that men are geared for war and women are geared for peace. Men and women are equally capable of pursuing violence as well as peace. It comes down to personal choice as to which way you are going to behave when you've finally had enough. These three women had enough of war and violence and decided to act peacefully to change their worlds. I applaud their choice and wish them and their country men/women well. As far as the peace prize being funded by explosives goes, only the initial pool of funds came from Nobel's estate. He was horrified by what his invention had done to make war even more horrible and wished that his riches be used to change the world so that those horrors would be prevented. Since then the prize money has come from investment income and other bequests and donations from peace-minded people and foundations. I can think of a lot worse things that money could be doing, can't you? 

October 13, 2011 1:31 PM
5211 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1 Dancingkatz said...

Argh! it's double-posting again! Time to call the computer guru!

October 13, 2011 1:54 PM
Com-100First-comHr-1 smilesforever said...

Strong women..may we be them, may we know them, may we raise them.

October 13, 2011 2:07 PM
10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Mooseloop said...

smilesforever - Amen! You said it so well!
 
Also, pass the tea cups as we salute the Navy on its anniversary!
 
Not so much in awe of the Nobel Prize since they gave it to BHO who has done nothing that I can see to deserve it, unlike these 3 brave women...taking off the veil in a Muslim society!! That's brave!
 
 

October 13, 2011 2:29 PM
Photo 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Peter Lake said...

I sent Hazel's son? a message. Hope it nothing more that the iffy utilities in her neck of the woods.

Letcha know if i here back.

John

October 13, 2011 2:31 PM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


Curious that Alfred Nobel from a country where you can wait all day for night, put his award in the hands of politicians from a country where you can wait all night for day.
Some of their selections: Yassar Arafat; Jimmy Carter; Al Gore and Obama have been disappointing but not hard to understand given the progressive composition of the committee.
This year, it is impossible to argue with them… extra bases.

October 13, 2011 2:37 PM
Com-100First-comHr-1 smilesforever said...

Thanks, Mooseloop!  Though I do really appreciate and take to heart Andy's recent post...a world without those labels.........Kindness, giving, helpful,teaching, loving.....Could this be enough for the world?  And has anyone noticed recently how mean some people are getting?  Could we start a National "Let's be nice to each other for  one day" Day?

October 13, 2011 2:42 PM
4224 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 RoadYacht said...

we have that already-Xmas.....and then they go right back to being mean and greedy

October 13, 2011 2:46 PM
Photo 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Peter Lake said...

The winners of this year's prize have probably allready been rewarded for just knowibg that they did the right thing in a world that is greatly in needof such actions, and hopefully ready to stand behind more such things.

This end may not justify the means of nomination and selection; but it sure provides a great example of qualities, actions, and right reasons that should be considered. And raises the bar a bit higher.

more on the honor roll
October 13, 2011 3:59 PM
Photo 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Peter Lake said...

Sorry about allmytypos lately...i will try to do a better job editing so i don't sound like an idiot. For some reason i just get too hasty between the idea and pressing the send button.

October 13, 2011 4:15 PM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


 My pos are not allmyty.

October 13, 2011 5:06 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

Oh NO.  Does this mean I have to apologize for sounding like an
idiot?
I can do that without typos.  It was Mark Twain who said It is better
to publish a work with typos and have people think you are an idiot rather than
to eliminate the typos and remove all doubt. 
If it wasn't Mark Twain it
was Groucho.

October 13, 2011 5:51 PM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


I don't know quite what to say:

http://youtu.be/p8ug4dVQgz8

October 13, 2011 6:35 PM
10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Mooseloop said...

Better to keep your mouth closed and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt....someone said....not me....but the  same idea is valid.....

October 13, 2011 6:35 PM
Photo 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Peter Lake said...

Thats ah very nice!

October 13, 2011 6:51 PM
Pecos_tommy 10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Tommy Typical said...

P- Um- Bowling at Stars and Strikes tonight in Cumming, GA. Wings/beer in copious amounts. Jack o all crap master o none.

October 13, 2011 6:53 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

Do those societies succeed because women have been
given the opportunity or are women given the opportunity because the society is
successful?
My formative years, the wonder years 1-12 were
influenced more by women than by men. I think it was that way in our society for
most of us.  I think subsequent generations (I count two if you count three you
are beyond my most of us category even though you may comprise most of us) in
this country have that same level of female influence extended beyond the first
twelve years by another six to eight years. This includes home and school.  That
does not factor mentors into the equation.  I think that every youngster has at
least one or two mentors who exert a strong influence on each youth's
development.  Not necessarily a parent, maybe a coach, a pastor or as in my case
a cartoon character.  I'm sorry, I thought I was doing so well there for a
while, I almost thought that I almost waxed eloquent.
 
Thanks for the Flight, Stoney.  Y'all have a good rest of the day.  For the record, I agree with Jane.  Hurray for them!

October 13, 2011 7:47 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

TT ~ Beer frame!!!!!!!  My favorite pastime. Well, there is one other but
there are already too many jokes about it where you be.

October 13, 2011 8:28 PM
10photoviews10videoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 Stoney said...


paolos ~
Close call there, "almost waxed."
There would have been questions: Was there a hygienic component or just vanity?
Was it uncomfortable and awkward or incredibly painful and humiliating?
Embarrassing redness?
None has to be answered.

October 13, 2011 10:34 PM
Paolo 10photoviewsCom-100Com-300Com-500First-comFirst-photoFirst-reviewFirst-videoHr-1Hr-10Hr-5 paolos said...

I feel so, so...almost exposed.  
 
Jax ~ please check in, bring some
dignity back to the page.  Don't let it end like this.

Honor Roll


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