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Transitioning back to U.S. Living

As time has elapsed so quickly into the new year, I noticed that it has been over two months, since I have done any serious writing. … Read More»

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What is Truth?

What is truth? Is it something to hide from? Is it something to repel from? Or is it something that should remain unknown? … Read More»

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Part 2 - Liberia: What it means to be an educated person?

(This was reposted from the published article on the Liberian Forum at http://www.liberianforum.com/Articles/Part-2-Liberia-What-it-means-to-be...) … Read More»

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Part 1 - Liberia: What it means to be an educated person?

Should we quantify someone as educated solely by the number of certificates and degrees hanging on their wall? Should we qualify someone as intelligent by their ability to read and write? … Read More»

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The Untold Stories of the Dead: A Reality of Poverty

...I know you saw me as you drove by that fateful day. There I was laying face-down on the wet and muddy driveway with my face turned away from you. … Read More»

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Liberia’s Trade Imbalance: The Story of the Egg

The healthy ratio between a country’s total imports and exports is one of many factors that can simulate a nation’s economy. … Read More»

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Money, Money, Money...

I recently made post on my Facebook page about this issue of “money, money, money…” after being smacked hard last week with an unexpected property tax burden from 2006. … Read More»

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Writing about Liberia

As I continue to set-up my profile, I wanted to share some of the posts and articles that I have been writing about my experience and research of Liberia, West Africa. … Read More»

This Child Will Be Great: Memoir of a Remarkable Life by Africa’s First Woman President

The rise to power of Africa’s first female president is the subject of this long-awaited memoir from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The year is 2005, and after 14 years of civil conflict, the Republic of Liberia has made its call for change manifest in the election of Johnson Sirleaf, the former Minister of Finance. Read More »

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Lots of great stuff happening at Girls Education International

There is a lot of really neat stuff happening with Girls Education International right now. … Read More»

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