By James Kokulo Fasuekoi, Eden Prairie, Minn. – The identity crisis with the descendants of former freed Black Slaves, whose parents later found a settlement in the Republic of Liberia, deserves empathy. Full Article »
James Kokulo Fasuekoi, Eden Prairie, Minn. – In 2007, Dr. Nat Gbessagee took me to task for using the popular Liberian phrase, “We are one people.” Prof. Gbessagee’s point was Full Article »
James Kokulo Fasuekoi, Eden Prairie, Minn., Part II: Continue from last edition – In other places of the world culture, generally, is regarded as “culture,” however bizarre some may appear, Full Article »
MADISON, Alabama (AP) — The Indian government is “extremely disturbed” by the treatment of a 57-year-old grandfather from that country who was severely roughed up by police while walking in Full Article »
Delaware, USA – The Liberia Broadcasting System’s (LBS) former celebrated news anchor, Kwame Clement says Liberian journalists in the United States operating under the banner, Association of Liberian Journalists in the Americas, will become a force in Liberia if they remain united.
In fact, many locals believed that prior to little Tweh’s kidnap and subsequent murder, the same Yancy-Anderson group may have been responsible for scores of disappearances and killings of teenagers in the Harper area but it was the case of this 12 year-old that somehow turned the tide on the big fishes of Maryland that fateful year.
Examining Daily Observer’s “Poro Devil” Story & Ed Carter’s divisive Comments James Kokulo Fasuekoi, Eden Prairie, Minn – While neighboring sub-regional ECOWAS countries continue to focus on building strong human labor force Full Article »
During the seven days leading up to February 1, 124 new cases were confirmed across the three west African countries at the epicenter of the devastating outbreak. Thirty-nine of the new cases were in Guinea, where the outbreak began in December 2013, with at least 11 new cases attributed to a single unsafe burial. A week earlier, the country had confirmed just 30 new cases.