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Liberian and American Lutheran women celebrate together ... check out the resolution on peace and justice adopted by our churchwide executive board ... and presented to government and church leaders in Liberia this week.

Liberian and American Lutheran women celebrate together ... check out the resolution on peace and justice adopted by our churchwide executive board ... and presented to government and church leaders in Liberia this week.

You are invited to Liberia. Marks the 25th anniversary of the Women of the ELCA trip to Liberia. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Stewardship. Bold Connections.

You are invited to Liberia. Marks the 25th anniversary of the Women of the ELCA trip to Liberia. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Stewardship. Bold Connections.

Stories. Elizabeth Platz, first woman ordained in Lutheran Church. 1965. Living Lutheran. ELCA. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Stories. Elizabeth Platz, first woman ordained in Lutheran Church. 1965. Living Lutheran. ELCA. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Akousa Busia, actress, novelist, and screenwriter, is the daughter of a prince of the house of Wenchi, a subgroup of the Ashanti ethnic group.

Akousa Busia, actress, novelist, and screenwriter, is the daughter of a prince of the house of Wenchi, a subgroup of the Ashanti ethnic group.

Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa (. 1840 – 17 October 1921) (pronounced /ˈjɑː ɑːsɑːn.teɪ.wə/) was appointed queen mother of Ejisu in the Ashanti Empire—now part of modern-day Ghana—by her brother Nana Akwasi Afrane Okpese, the Ejisuhene—or ruler of Ejisu. In 1900, she led the Ashanti rebellion known as the War of the Golden Stool, also known as the Yaa Asantewaa war, against British colonialism

Queen Mother Yaa Asantewaa (. 1840 – 17 October 1921) (pronounced /ˈjɑː ɑːsɑːn.teɪ.wə/) was appointed queen mother of Ejisu in the Ashanti Empire—now part of modern-day Ghana—by her brother Nana Akwasi Afrane Okpese, the Ejisuhene—or ruler of Ejisu. In 1900, she led the Ashanti rebellion known as the War of the Golden Stool, also known as the Yaa Asantewaa war, against British colonialism

Leymah Gbowee, one winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize for "non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work."  Gbowee, a Liberian, led a peace movement that ended the Second Liberian Civil War in 2003.

Leymah Gbowee, one winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize for "non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women's rights to full participation in peace-building work." Gbowee, a Liberian, led a peace movement that ended the Second Liberian Civil War in 2003.

Executive Board, Women of the ELCA 2011-2014. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Executive Board, Women of the ELCA 2011-2014. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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