Resources and Links

We have gathered here various resources and links to organizations that work with issues raised in or related to Pray the Devil Back to Hell.

Peace Building

Peace is Loud logo

To help peace activists all over the world mobilize their communities to end and transform conflicts through non-violent means, go to Peace is Loud, a registered 501c(3) based in New York, grew from what we learned from our experiences distributing Pray the Devil Back to Hell.

Click here to learn how to make peace LOUDER!

To support families affected by violence and to promote safe neighborhoods and communities around the U.S., go to Mothers in Charge, a Philadelphia based community advocacy and support organization with chapters in New York, Atlantic City, and more, and comprised of mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and sisters with most experiencing the horror of having a loved one murdered.

To support women's peacebuilding work across West Africa, go to WIPSEN-A, the organization co-founded by Leymah Gbowee, the leader of the mass action campaign for peace featured in Pray the Devil Back to Hell.

Campaigns for Peace

A Million Minutes for Peace: On September 21, people all over the world will stop at high noon and pray for peace for one minute-in their own way. Pledge to pray for peace.

To learn about an amazing multimedia movement created to inspire, connect, and bring peace to the world through music, visit Playing for Change: Peace Through Music »

Organizations working in Liberia and West Africa

To support women's peacebuilding work across West Africa, go to WIPSEN-A, the organization co-founded by Leymah Gbowee, the leader of the mass action campaign for peace featured in Pray the Devil Back to Hell.

To help Liberia's women rebuild their livelihoods and their markets with literacy training, microcredit and more, visit the Sirleaf Market Women's Fund »

To rebuild schools for Liberia's children, go to the Liberian Education Trust »

To support Liberian women working to sustain their hard-won peace, go to WIPNET »

To support girls' education in West Africa, go to the Batonga Foundation »

Women's Issues Around the World

To connect directly to a woman struggling to rebuild her life after a conflict go to Women for Women International »

To support the work of courageous women in 162 countries around the world, go to Global Fund for Women »

To help fight for women's legal rights around the world, go to Equality Now »

To join the fight to end violence against women around the world, go to VDay »

To support women's political leadership around the world, go to the White House Project »

To support courageous women activists in your own community look for a local women's foundation at the Women's Funding Network »

Women in Media and Women's News

To read substantive news --unavailable anywhere else-- covering issues of particular concern to women and providing women's perspectives on public policy, go to Women's Enews »

To hear the voices of women all over the world, visit World Pulse Media » at:

To connect with women across borders go to her community site, PulseWire », at

To read quality articles from the unique perspectives of women promoting global interconnectedness and honoring underrepresented voices accessible worldwide, go to The Women’s International Perspective, Inc. (The WIP) »

To support women's visiblility and power in the media, go to Women's Media Center »

More Resources

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