Liberians based in the U.S. are continuing to call on the Liberian government to ease the burden for the thousands of unemployed beneficiaries of the Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act to file for their green card applications.
A U.S.-based activist is calling on the Liberian government to act fast to prevent thousands of Liberians in the U.S. from losing access to permanent U.S. residency.
Japan has provided two separate grant assistance in food and medical supply that are worth ¥350 million (US$3.3 million) to Liberia.
We, the select members of the Divine Nine organizations of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, would like to explicitly and outrightly express our utmost support for our black brothers and sisters in the United States.
A U.S.-based organization has provided emergency COVID-19 food aid to 30 needy families in Monrovia, in addition to supporting 100 immigrant and refugee families living in the U.S.
Liberian-born builder Robert Wilmote has disclosed his plans to move into boxing. Speaking to The Bush Chicken, Wilmote, who is popularly known as NDO Champ, explained that his decision was partly influenced by the Coronavirus pandemic, which prevented him from debuting as a professional bodybuilder.
This letter is an urgent plea for compassion and a request for a waiver of all immigration filing fees for thousands of Liberian beneficiaries of the Liberian Refugee Fairness Act, which you signed into law on December 20, 2019.
As the World Health Organization declared the deadly Coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on March 11, it is becoming clear that diaspora events will be impacted. While the Liberian Studies Association announced it is postponing its 2020 conference, the Liberian Entertainment Awards issued a notice committing to holding its annual awards show.