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Archive for July, 2015

‘We May Lose the Fight’

‘We May Lose the Fight’

Says Point 4 Chairman, as floods, filth and drugs threaten the health of his community By Omari Jackson                                   Unless the Liberian government empowers communities with support programs, says Joseph Mulbah, chairman of the Point 4 community, “we may lose the fight to reclaim hundreds of young people who have already sold themselves to […]

Dissecting The Politics Of Edward Wilmot Blyden

Dissecting The Politics Of Edward Wilmot Blyden

By Edward Carter            Making remarks at the program marking his 70th natal day, the Orwellian political scientist, the unrelenting Dr. Amos Claudius Sawyer made a rather interesting disclosure: He stressed that he will avail himself in part to establish a “chair of public affairs” at the University of Liberia in honor of the […]

The AIDS virus has killed more than 80,000 people last year

The AIDS virus has killed more than 80,000 people last year

By Clemente Ferrer                              According to the Global Report on AIDS, Latin America has surpassed the two million infected with the deadly AIDS pandemic. However, experts from the UN agency for AIDS (UNAIDS) think it’s significant that the disease still affects 0.6% of the population, so that the epidemic remains stationary . Worldwide, the […]

The Moral Imperative of Change: A Clarion Call To Progressive Action

The Moral Imperative of Change: A Clarion Call To Progressive Action

Eulogy to My Beloved Brother and Friend, Rev. Morris Karpeh Jarkloh, Sr. District Superintendent for Sinoe County Liberia Annual Conference, United Methodist Church   By J. Nyenetu Jarkloh and Bill K. Jarkloh                 The Dean and Members of the Bishop’s Cabinet of the LAC/UMC, Members of the Clergy including Deacons, Pastors, and Elders of […]