'Pray The Devil Back To Hell' Tells Of Triumph The new documentary, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, tells the extraordinary story of a group of Liberian women who banded together to end their nation's second bloody civil war. NPR's Tony Cox talks with one of the women, Leymah Gbowee, about how she stood up to Liberia's violent warlords.

'Pray The Devil Back To Hell' Tells Of Triumph

'Pray The Devil Back To Hell' Tells Of Triumph

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The new documentary, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, tells the extraordinary story of a group of Liberian women who banded together to end their nation's second bloody civil war.

NPR's Tony Cox talks with one of the women, Leymah Gbowee, about how she mobilized a coalition of Christian and Muslim women to stand up to Liberia's violent warlords.