What does war and peace look like through the eyes of women? What is the role of women in global conflict? And how do women, so often victims of war, find the strength to be peace brokers? These issues are discussed in-depth in the PBS 5 part series, Women, War and Peace. On the next Another View, we'll talk with women from the Hampton Roads area who are intimately involved with women around the world who are determined to bring peace. Joining us for this critical conversation is Abby Disney, Executive Producer of Women, War and Peace; Jennifer Fish, Ph.D, Chair of Women's Studies at ODU; Fidelite Gerson, a Burundian refugee who now lives in Hampton Roads; Susan Smith, Education Coordinator, Refugee and Immigrant Services, Commonwealth Catholic Charities; and Christie Warren, Director of the William and Mary Law School Program in Comparative Legal Studies and Post Conflict Peacebuilding. Plus Lisa Godley shares the incredible story of Rose Mapendo, a woman who gave birth to twins while in a Congolese death camp, and is now on a mission to help other women and girls in conflict. It's all on Another View, Friday, October 7 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM and whrv.org.