Senator Thomas S. Grupee sat with The Bush Chicken for a special interview to discuss Liberiaâ€™s independence.
Liberian Trailblazers: T. Michael Weah
Few people have made a greater impact on literacy in modern Liberia than T. Michael Weah, the founder of Liberiaâ€™s longest running independent library â€“ the We-Care Library, located at Carey and Gurley Streets in Central Monrovia.
VIDEO: Monrovia African Pop-up Shop Independence Day Edition
Watch scenes from the Independence Day edition of the Monrovia Pop-up Shop.
July 26 Week Special Liberian Trailblazers: Miatta Fahnbulleh
Miatta Fahnbulleh is a singer-songwriter and activist wrapped up in an elegant yet outspoken package whose music can appeal not only to Liberians but also to other Africans, in addition to the â€˜world musicâ€™ lovers in the West.
VIDEO: How Well Do You Know Liberia?
In celebration of independence week, we asked ordinary Liberians a few simple questions to find out how well Liberians know their country.
July 26 Week Special Liberian Trailblazers: Chase Walker
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.
July 26 Week Special Liberian Trailblazers: Rodney Sieh
Over a relatively short time, Rodney Sieh has built one of Liberiaâ€™s most trusted and most awarded newspapers.
OP-ED: What Could Africa Learn from Liberia After 169 Years of Independence?
Liberia is in a bad spot but are there any lessons that Africa’s oldest republic can teach other African countries?