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Archive for April, 2014

Against the loneliess of innocents

Against the loneliess of innocents

By Clemente Ferrer          ” We share illusions” is the slogan of a notice published in newspapers of wide circulation. The aim of the campaign is to sponsor children in many countries who live in extreme poverty. This advertising campaign was promoted by the spanish NGO Intervida. It is known to all governments that […]

Me, myself and I, and everybody for themselves

Me, myself and I, and everybody for themselves

By Elder Siahyonkron Nyanseor                   Historian Carter Woodson, founder of “Negro History Week” once said: “When you control a man’s thinking, you do not have to worry about his actions. You do not have to tell him not to stand here or go yonder. He will find his place and will stay in it.” Also, […]

Nanu Twaloh Sungbeh graduates Agnes Scott College, May 10, 2014.

Nanu Twaloh Sungbeh graduates Agnes Scott College, May 10, 2014.

 Our daughter, Nanu Twaloh Sungbeh graduates Agnes Scott College with an undergraduate degree in Public Health. Join us at 9:00 pm at the Meeting Point, 2236 Hewatt Road, Snellville, Georgia 30039, to celebrate the occasion with us. Be there!

Nanu Twaloh Sungbeh graduates Agnes Scott College, May 10, 2014.

Nanu Twaloh Sungbeh graduates Agnes Scott College, May 10, 2014.

 Our daughter, Nanu Twaloh Sungbeh graduates Agnes Scott College with an undergraduate degree in Public Health. Join us at 9:00 pm at the Meeting Point, 2236 Hewatt Road, Snellville, Georgia 30039, to celebrate the occasion with us. Be there!

PETITION TO REPEAL TITLE 4, CHAPTER 22 OF THE 1973 ALIEN AND NATIONALITY LAW OF THE Republic of Liberia

PETITION TO REPEAL TITLE 4, CHAPTER 22 OF THE 1973 ALIEN AND NATIONALITY LAW OF THE Republic of Liberia

WE, the citizens of the Republic of Liberia, residing within the territorial confines of the Republic of Liberia and in the Diaspora organized under the banner of “The All Liberian Conference on Dual Citizenship” realizing that Liberia has experienced social and political upheavals from the 1980 military intervention to 14 years of civil war which […]

Alaric Tokpa visits metro Atlanta to discuss future of progressive movement, and upcoming senatorial race in Gbarpolu County

Alaric Tokpa visits metro Atlanta to discuss future of progressive movement, and upcoming senatorial race in Gbarpolu County

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh         During the week of April 11, longtime political activist and Gbarpolu County senatorial candidate Alaric Tokpa met with other activists in metro Atlanta to discuss his candidacy, and of course, to also discuss the direction and future of progressivism in today’s Liberia. Dubbed “the week of the progressives” by host Issac […]

ULAA puts all of its eggs in one basket

ULAA puts all of its eggs in one basket

By Siahyonkron Nyanseor Last weekend was an interesting and rewarding one.  I attended an inspiring event organized by a group of serious-minded and patriotic Liberians who gathered to discuss events in their troubled nation. Isaac Settro, a young comrade hosted the meeting in Lawrenceville, Georgia on behalf of Prof. Alaric Tokpa, one of contemporary Liberia’s indefatigable […]

Fomba Sirleaf’s timidity offers historical insight into presidential family’s interference and manipulation of political system

Fomba Sirleaf’s timidity offers historical insight into presidential family’s interference and manipulation of political system

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh       President Sirleaf’s Monrovia City Court jails radio personality Henry Costa for engaging in a heated on-air verbal feud with her son Fomba Sirleaf, who is also the president’s National Security Director. A writ was later issued by Mr. Sirleaf to have Costa arrested. Talking about kangaroo justice in a government that […]

Supt. J. Milton Teahjay’s upbeat about Senatorial race, and hosting 2014 Independence Day celebration in Sinoe County

Supt. J. Milton Teahjay’s upbeat about Senatorial race, and hosting 2014 Independence Day celebration in Sinoe County

– Staff          Amid a tough and looming senatorial race, Sinoe County Superintendent J. Milton Teahjay is in high spirit as he prepares for a bruising senatorial campaign, and his county hosting of the annual national Independence Day celebration scheduled for July 26. Speaking to our reporter this morning in Monrovia, Mr. Teahjay said he is elated to […]

Moses Owen Browne, Jr appointed Global Youth Ambassador for Education

Moses Owen Browne, Jr appointed Global Youth Ambassador for Education

 – Staff               Journalist Moses Owen Browne, Jr has been appointed Global Youth Ambassador for Education. Mr. Browne was among 500 young advocates selected around the world to champion the cause of ‘Global Education for All.’ Mr. Browne who officially accepted the position April 1. called attention to the 57 million children around the world who are currently being […]