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“Evening meal reinforces ‘we-feelings’” says a Philadelphia resident
Jul 31, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

“Evening meal reinforces ‘we-feelings’” says a Philadelphia resident

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Report by King Mohamed Kamara In keeping with tradition, one unique thing about most diaspora African communities is the preservation of their cultural heritage.  A tribe that has constantly been  Full Article »

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Al Jerome Chede, others to support Min. Konneh
Jul 25, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Al Jerome Chede, others to support Min. Konneh

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Report by: James Fasuekoi Continue from last edition: First, it appeared everything has been put under control after much palavering among listserv discussants. That’s after the new LINA boss; J.  Full Article »

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Senegal’s Goree, a familiar past/ Liberia’s Providence Island, an optimistic past
Jun 28, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Senegal’s Goree, a familiar past/ Liberia’s Providence Island, an optimistic past

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Written by: Mohamed Sherif-Philadelphia This week, President Obama has visited Senegal including a tour of the historic Island of Goree, a transit point where African slaves were shipped off to  Full Article »

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Dialogs on sustainable growth in Liberia takes center stage at World Bank conference in Washington DC
Apr 21, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Dialogs on sustainable growth in Liberia takes center stage at World Bank conference in Washington DC

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Story by Sidiki Trawally  Washington DC-Liberia’s drive to sustainable growth leaps with the national legislature actively participating in high level discussions with the World Bank and the IMF at the  Full Article »

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The rise of Mandingo intellectuals in Liberia, a book review by Robert Sesay
Mar 29, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

The rise of Mandingo intellectuals in Liberia, a book review by Robert Sesay

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A Review by Robert Vamunyah Sesay There is no one out there in the entire Liberian community who has intellectually taken the cause of the Liberian Mandingo as personal as  Full Article »

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Ten days ago, the shocking news came that he’s gone
Mar 27, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Ten days ago, the shocking news came that he’s gone

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By Mohamed Sherif Philadelphia-Ten days ago, the shocking news came. The good man of our community, a friend and brother, the amiable Abdullah Dukuly was gone. He had made a  Full Article »

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Gurus of African politics, a desire to evade decrees
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Gurus of African politics, a desire to evade decrees

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In a land where gross violation of the people’s trust by architects of the law is prevalent, most often than not, the people revolt in solemnity. The gravity of their  Full Article »

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The story of Mamout Yarrow, a former slave
Feb 28, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

The story of Mamout Yarrow, a former slave

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By Mohamed Sherif As Black History Month comes to a close, an important story worth retelling is that of Mamout Yarrow. Yarrow, a member of the Fula ethnic group, was  Full Article »

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A review of “The Land of My Father’s Birth”
Feb 24, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

A review of “The Land of My Father’s Birth”

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By Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei Nvasekie Konneh’s The Land of My Father’s Birth is a narrative of the tragedies and agonies of the Liberian civil war. The book narrates particularly the  Full Article »

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Liberia’s tribal grouping, a welcomed enterprise in Nimba County
Feb 1, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Liberia’s tribal grouping, a welcomed enterprise in Nimba County

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Tribal fixation in Nimba County is taking an alarming proportion. It appears as if most conversations in Nimba circles whether here in the Diaspora or back home, center on tribal affiliations.  Full Article »