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Something Special about the East Coast
Apr 30, 2015 Ξ Leave a comment

Something Special about the East Coast

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James K. Fasuekoi, Minn. – I have the feeling there’s just something special about the East Coast that gets one excited and always want to visit there, especially for those  Full Article »

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Reform, Redress, and Reconciliation as Security Matter
Apr 30, 2015 Ξ Leave a comment

Reform, Redress, and Reconciliation as Security Matter

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Tamba D. Aghailas, Washington DC – Mr. Chairman of the organizing committee; Representatives of Government Agencies here present, Distinguished Leaders; Representatives of various Diaspora-based Liberian Organizations; Fellow guests, ladies and  Full Article »

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Vamba Sherif, author of “The Land of The Fathers, The Kingdom of Sebah, The Witness and The Black Napoleon,” unveils new book tomorrow
Apr 22, 2015 Ξ Leave a comment

Vamba Sherif, author of “The Land of The Fathers, The Kingdom of Sebah, The Witness and The Black Napoleon,” unveils new book tomorrow

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Lassana Bamba, Crystal, Minn. – In an attempt to explore views of people who are aware of the war that devastated the human capacity of Liberia, many would tell you  Full Article »

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UNICCO’s president heads to Georgia
Mar 12, 2015 Ξ 1 comment

UNICCO’s president heads to Georgia

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Nvasekie Konneh, Chairman, UNICCO National Publicity Committee – The President of the United Nimba Citizensâ Council in America, Abbaccus  Nyan Dokie Sr. is at the moment leading a high-power delegation to Atlanta Georgia  Full Article »

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Zorzor, Lofa County, Liberia: “Woman’s Death Leads to Curfew…Ethnic Chaos?”
Mar 11, 2015 Ξ 1 comment

Zorzor, Lofa County, Liberia: “Woman’s Death Leads to Curfew…Ethnic Chaos?”

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR Ethnic disturbances/March 10, 2015 Dear Editor, I have read for the third time in a row, your story titled: “Zorzor, Lofa County: Woman’s Death Leads to  Full Article »

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Kelvin Gray re-hitches ‘culture’ debate
Mar 4, 2015 Ξ Leave a comment

Kelvin Gray re-hitches ‘culture’ debate

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Just as everyone seems to be forgetting Mr. Carter’s cultural debates, on January 19, 2015, a post by Mr. Kelvin Gray sought to re-hitch and land support to Carter’s divisive  Full Article »

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Americo-Liberians’ identity crisis caused by slavery
Feb 24, 2015 Ξ 1 comment

Americo-Liberians’ identity crisis caused by slavery

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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 »

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The “We are one people” slogan vs. the reality of two Liberias; “Stop acting like dumb people.”
Feb 15, 2015 Ξ 1 comment

The “We are one people” slogan vs. the reality of two Liberias; “Stop acting like dumb people.”

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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 »

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Carter blames “Native” “witchcraft activities” for lack of development
Feb 6, 2015 Ξ 1 comment

Carter blames “Native” “witchcraft activities” for lack of development

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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.

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Liberia: A place where platitudes and hypocrisy take precedence over noble goals
Feb 6, 2015 Ξ Leave a comment

Liberia: A place where platitudes and hypocrisy take precedence over noble goals

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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 »