“Keep the Crime Watch Live”

Yesterday, a woman representing “Women Against Crime” visited my neighborhood soliciting funds to keep airing the late night radio show “Crime Watch” on Truth FM. This show was being sponsored by the UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) whose commitment will end in September. However, instead of letting this important conduit for reporting crime disappear from[…]

Connecting Liberia and United States of American (Puzzle Activity Included)

On August 24, Liberia celebrated its Flag Day, and many businesses and government agencies closed to recognize this national holiday. This was a day for Liberians to display proudly their flag either on their house or car similar to how U.S. citizens honor their Flag Day on June 14. The flags of these two countries[…]

Three words not to live by: “This is Africa”

Africa is known as “the cradle of civilization,” and yet it is forever epitomized as the “dark continent.” It is a continent in which its people have been subjugated to colonialism, human trafficking, civil or ethnic wars, and extreme poverty. It is a vast preserve of fauna and flora that covers an abundant reserve of[…]

Liberia’s Endangered Free Pediatric Healthcare Facilities

Since July 16, 2009, I have visited Island Pediatric Hospital in Duala three times to attend to the needs of a special child who was sexually assaulted. This hospital located in the northern community of Monrovia provides free healthcare services to children for burns, sexual assault, treatment of regional diseases, and other major or minor[…]

“Judge Gently”

There are times when we need to be reminded of the finer points of humanity and humility when it comes to judging another person. There are times judgments are necessary, but we cannot forget that the person who judges is not above criticism for their own behavior or actions. Therefore, we need to be sensitive[…]

“Judge Gently”

There are times when we need to be reminded of the finer points of humanity and humility when it comes to judging another person. There are times judgments are necessary, but we cannot forget that the person who judges is not above criticism for their own behavior or actions. Therefore, we need to be sensitive[…]

Creating a Culture of Love for Liberia’s Children

For too long, many Liberian children have been subjugated to the culture of poverty, and their chances of breaking free from this vicious cycle is dependent on love. Looking back to Liberia’s founding in 1822, many generations of children have suffered the prejudicial cruelty from social stratification. Moving forward to 1979 and for the next[…]