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.
Liberian Foreign-based Footballers Gear Up for Independence Celebration
As Liberians prepare to celebrate the nationâ€™s independence, most of the nationâ€™s international footballers away from home are set to join the celebration through friendly soccer matches.
OP-ED: Resurrection of Citizens’ Dissent of 1847
On July 16, 1847, citizens of the Commonwealth of Liberia declared Liberia as Africa’s first republic. Yes, a republic – a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives.
How to Host a Fabulous July 26 Event
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.
OP-ED: Has Our Independence Met Its Promise?
How can Liberia boast of being 169 years old when most of its citizens are subjected to economic deprivation, marginalization, and destitution? How can we brag about being the trendsetter of independence in Africa, when our economy is on the verge of collapse?
OP-ED: The Brighter Future for Liberiaâ€™s Economy
An Op-ed about the future of Liberiaâ€™s economy, written by the president and CEO of the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation.
July 26 Week Special Liberian Trailblazers: DJ Blue
Born and raised in Brewerville, Montserrado, Benard Benson, affectionately known as DJ Blue, has grown to become Liberiaâ€™s most celebrated disc jockey.
Create Your Own Style on the 26th
Your style guide for the 26. Mama Liberia will be 169 years on July 26. In whichever way you decide to celebrate her independence, let it be unique to yourself, yet identifiable to others.