Through the Lens of an African Youth

After more than 60 years of independence, the story of the continent remains a sad one to tell. Though entrepreneurship and the Market in Africa are booming, ordinary Africans across many parts of the continent still struggle to meet basic social needs.

Societal Judgement Against Females in Liberia

Liberia has been the only place I have lived all my life; my family and I never fled the country throughout the various civil unrests. As a result, I have witnessed many events in Liberia which I believe puts me in a position to justly comment on the flaws of our society that profoundly saddens…

Racism & Sexism at Sajj House

So, in Liberia, a country in Sub-Saharan Africa, there is a place that allows WHITE WOMEN to walk into Sajj un-harassed but doesn’t allow BLACK WOMEN. The only logical takeaway from that is “black women are almost always prostitutes or mostly poor so they shouldn’t be allowed into what is deemed an upstanding institution, unchaperoned.”

​April 12

April 12, 1980, will forever be remembered in Liberian history. Thirty-eight years ago, on this day, Liberians woke up to life-changing news of the assassination of who would be Liberia’s last Americo-Liberian President, Rev. Dr. William R. Tolbert. The execution of Tolbert was led by Mst. Sergeant Samuel K. Doe who launched a military regime…