The Bush Chicken presents this photography editorial in commemoration of our Discover Liberia week.
The art and the beauty of what used to be Liberia is greater than what its national museum has to offer so Liberian artists like Chase Walker have used their talent to offer a new and fresh perspective of Liberian culture through his work as an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer.
This yearâ€™s Liberian Independence Day celebration was particularly special for the members of the Liberian Association of Metro Atlanta as this was the inaugural celebration under its recently elected leadership team.
Focusing on the areas of food, beverages, dÃ©cor, music and activities, we have compiled a few suggestions to help make your independence day function the talk of the town.
Fresh-faced and bursting with energy, the up-and-coming lifestyle journalist Othelia Joy Marwieh is steadily carving a lane for herself on the Liberian media scene.
This is not the first encounter I have had with someone in Liberia who vehemently believes witchcraft exists and has personally experienced its effects. Some of the stories I am told are literally unbelievable, but I remain silent and listen. One of the most dramatic stories of witchcraft was shared with me by a pastor who owns the guest house I stayed at briefly.
Amid the encroaching sounds of rocket mortars and gunfire, a beacon of hope was birthed out of impossible circumstances. This is the story of Thomas Momo-Pujeh and his children.
As we conclude our celebration of World Health Day, here are eight important facts about the healthcare system in Liberia.