Open Letter to the Liberian Senate

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Attention: Members of the Liberian Senate C/O Senator Albert Chie, President Pro Tempore Liberian Senate and Senator, Grand Kru County The Liberian Senate, Capitol Building Monrovia, Liberia Dear Senator...

The Need to De-emotionalize Criminal Justice

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By Isaac W. Jackson, Jr.  The recent demonstrations against the intensity of rape cases in Liberia are commendable, in that, they shed light on one of society’s...

Open Letter to the Liberia Telecommunication Authority (LTA)

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Ms. Edwina Crump Zackpah Chairperson Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) RIA Highway The Leadership of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), the representative body of journalists and media institutions...

Stop Raping Our Future

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Liberia ranks 177th out of 188 countries in the annual global Gender Inequality Index. This already low positioning is at risk of sinking even...

Applauding New U.S. Ambassador’s Promise to Fight Corruption in Liberia

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By Gabriel I.H. Williams “What’s happening in Liberia?” This was the question posed to me recently while conversing with a retired American diplomat, who played...

‘Resurgent Calls for Death Penalty in Liberia: Frail Criminal Justice System...

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By Atty. Urias Teh Pour The upsurge of reported cases of rape, especially statutory rape has seen thunderous calls for the enforcement of the capital...

President Weah Can Democratically Campaign for “Yes Vote” for each Proposition...

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By Emmanuel S. Wettee In the 1970s, both The Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) and Student Unification of Party (SUP) at the...

Support for Mobilization Against Rape

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By the Forum of Liberian Women Elders The Forum of Liberian Women Elders, wishes to identify with and endorse the recent development against the growing...

Post COVID-19: Rebuilding Africa and Strengthening its Resilience against Future Economic...

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By Charles Leyeka Lufumpa After demonstrating its resilience during the Ebola outbreak and the global financial crisis, Africa is once again facing a severe test...

A Shaky Liberia Is Sign of Renewed Hope

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By Alexander Redd God brings radical change to a nation of people when He allows them to experience rocky and painful situations. When God...

An Open Letter To Prince Yormie Johnson

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Dear Mr. Johnson, I don’t expect you to read this right away. In fact, I would suggest that you wait and allow this letter to...

Eulogy For Flag Day 2020: Audacity to Still Be A Gbagbatee...

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By Mwalimu-Koh M. Blonkanjay Jackson (MsED, EdM) Scholar, Author/Education Engineer  Simply Thinking Thoughts In my thinking thoughts, I realized it would soon be August 24 and...

Mr. President, Beware: Capital Punishment Could Turn Out To Be An...

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By James Thomas-Queh  Of late voices have been heard for the government to re-establish the Death Penalty for rapists. The first call came from the...

Of Grief and Memory: Mourning Big Brother Comrade Thomas Jaye

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By Stephanie C. Horton "The duiker will not paint 'duiker' on his beautiful back to proclaim his duikeritude," Wole Soyinka wrote, "you’ll know him by...

Good Governance: Is Election of a County Superintendent in Liberia, a...

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By Edmund Zar-Zar Bargblor What took place in Zwedru City, Grand Gedeh County, is a result of a system that undermined the fundamental principles of...

Voter Trucking: A Serious Threat to Liberia’s Struggling Democracy

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By Dr. Zobong Boima Norman Once a non-existent phenomenon in Liberian politics, the practice of trucking voters has become a serious threat to our nascent...

We Can Do Better For Liberia

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By Alexander Redd ([email protected])  During many conversations with fellow compatriots concerning progress in our homeland, they usually paint a bleak picture. They see a country...

Jointly Build a China-Africa Community with a Shared Future and Write...

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Concept called key to addressing global challenges; research center inaugurated By H.E. Mr. REN Yisheng, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the Republic...

An Open letter to Rape Survivors

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By Tialae Ticker My heart hurts for you, but it is important that I let you know two things right from the start.  You are...

African States are Critical in Advancing Ocean Governance

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By Lewis Kihumba  High Seas or Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (ABNJ) - outside of states’ jurisdictions, cover more than 50% of the Earth’s surface and...