I was in Liberia this past summer to spend my vacation and conduct research. Prior to making the trip, I felt excited and anxious. I hadnâ€™t been back home to reconnect with my family and my friends for an entire year. But apart from reconnecting with loved ones, I was most excited about executing plans I had worked on over the past year.
The Hype is Real! Pinkberry Has Arrived in Liberia
Learn how the American-based Pinkberry frozen yogurt brand came to Liberia.
OP-ED: Bush Chicken Co-Owner Records Presidential Motorcade and Gets Arrested
Jefferson Krua arrested and charged with â€œterrorist threatâ€ for taking a video recording of President George Weahâ€™s motorcade in Monrovia.
OP-ED: The Power of Local Philanthropy
Liberians have ingenious ways to ask for gifts around major holidays. During this independence period, not a day passed without us hearing someone say, â€œMy 26 on you.â€ In most cases, the person who the â€œ26â€ was on gave money.
Media Stakeholders Stress Accountability and Independence
At a recent discussion on the role of the media in society, several media stakeholders have stressed the need for accountability and independence within Liberiaâ€™s media industry.
PRESS RELEASE: Winners of Girls Entrepreneurship & Tech. Program Announced
Three young women entrepreneurs emerged as winners of SMART Liberiaâ€™s GET programâ€™s inaugural Ideas Festival on Saturday, September 10.
â€œPoor Writing Skills Contribute To Some Liberians Losing Out On Job Opportunitiesâ€
A 21-year-old Liberian female based in the United States says poor writing skills is limiting Liberiansâ€™ ability to market themselves to the corporate world.