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Ebola: Precautionary measures needed to save families and community

The recent Ebola case of Mr. Thomas Eric Duncan in Dallas, Texas raises concern and fear in the West African Community, particularly in the...

ARC sells Microfinance Bank to Liberian Diaspora

The American Refugee Committee, based in Minneapolis, has sold its Liberian Microfinance Bank, Liberty Finance, LLC to DCRB Investments. DCRB is a company registered...

Liberian Nobel Peace Prize winner, Leymah Gbowee, to speak in Minnesota on April 27

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Leymah Gbowee of Liberia will speak at at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Brooklyn Park as part of...

Hennepin County Board of Commissioners appoints Liberian-American to County Library Board

The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners has appointed Wynfred Russell of Brooklyn Park to the Hennepin County Library Board. Russell, originally from Liberia, will...

Competitive Liberian-American forces recount in Brooklyn Park

With all 7 precincts in the West District of Brooklyn Park reporting last night, Liberian born Wynfred Russell, came within 5 votes of being...

Bottineau Transitway: A Mobile Guided Tour

The call came through around 2pm last Friday. I was on a conference call with a client so I let it go to voicemail. It was Wynfred Russell. He is the executive director of ACER (African Career, Education & Resource, Inc.), a Brooklyn Park nonprofit. He was reminding me the next day was the daylong tour of the proposed Bottineau transitway. I had it in my calendar but for some reason I had assumed it was on a weekday and not a weekend. I normally run two marathons during the year and practice season is in high gear around this time of year.

World premiere of Pa’s Hut: Liberian Legacy


In 1902, playwright Cori Thomas' grandparents emigrated from the United States to Liberia. There they built and founded a school – The Lott Carey Mission, where my mother and countless other Liberians have been educated and is in operation to this day.

Liberian president hails ‘Feed the Future’ program


WASHINGTON - The Feed the Future initiative — which seeks to enhance food security and reduce hunger, poverty and malnutrition — is exactly the right program at the right time for Liberia, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said May 20, while also applauding the Obama administration’s strong support for the Global Agriculture Development Initiative.

Liberian Peace Activist: “……the price for not getting involved, threatening”


In Minneapolis for Women’s Day Celebration, Leymah Gbowee Urges African Diaspora to Find Firm Footing in U.S.

Leymah Gbowee was in Minneapolis on Saturday, March 6th at the Coffman Memorial Union where she gave the keynote speech for the 15th annual International Women’s Day celebration hosted by The Advocates for Human Rights and the Human Rights Program at the University of Minnesota. The event was themed “Inspire. Act. Change!,” and included a keynote address, workshops, film, and performances.

A Breather for Liberians in the US as Obama Extends “Deferred Enforcement Departure”


Liberians in the U.S. under "deferred enforced departure status" (DED) got a temporary reprieve of another 18 months by orders of President Barack Obama this morning.

Remembering a fallen Liberian-American Soldier


Albert Ware, an army sergeant, died in Afghanistan in December when enemy forces exploded his convoy.

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