Book Review: Scary Dreams

Scary Dreams, an anthology of Liberia's 14-year civil war, paints the picture of the scares Liberians had to go through during the destructive wars...

Joseph Saye Guanue

By Henry M. Mamulu, student and eye witness. One of the things I am accused of is that I seem to never want to grow...

Book Review: “From Foya to the Capitol: His Excellency Joseph Nyuma...

Reviewed by Prof. Augustine Konneh, PhD Director General Gabriel L. Dennis Foreign Service Institute Ministry of Foreign Affairs In his book, From Foya to the...

BBC to Air Documentary on Famous Liberian Quilter who Met Queen...

The BBC World Service will air this weekend a mini-documentary about a woman born in slavery, who later migrated to Liberia with her family...

ORIGINS OF THE LIBERIAN NATIONAL CULTURAL CENTER OF LIBERIA

By George W. W. Tahmen I would like to set the record straight about the origins of the organized National Cultural Troupe by providing...

A Page from History Remembering Slavery: Mapoo’s Journey from Slavery to...

On March 14 the United Nations commemorates a case of extreme wickedness meted out by one group to another. This evil was the...

William V.S. Tubman’s Legacy:

Tomorrow, November 29 will be observed as national holiday in memory of the late President William V.S. Tubman, thus far the longest serving President...

Some of President William V.S. Tubman’ Accomplishments

When Tubman became President of Liberia in 1944, there were several Departments (now Ministries) in existence.  They included the four   principal ones: State Department,...

The Sossobala

A sacred symbol of freedom and identity of the Mande community, the Sossobala is a wooden xylophone or balafon, that is being played on...

Borfimah

Paul Julien (1901-2001) was an anthropologist from the Netherlands who traveled through Liberia in 1932. Andrea Stultiens (1974) is a photographer and researcher from...

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