After Ben-Ali fled Tunisia, and Mubarak ran from Egypt, the Libyan revolution began in Benghazi and then traveled east, to Tripoli. After an intense civil war bolstered by international support, Moammar  Gadhafi's 40-year reign finally ended last October in his hometown of Sirte.  As Libyans celebrate the anniversary of their revolution, the state of their government is still in flux, and the role of women in Libyan civic life is particularly uncertain. Zahra'a Langhi, co-founder of the Libyan Women's Platform for Peace, joins the program to discuss the state of women's rights in Libya.