Liberian people

The Standard Bearer of the Liberian People’s Party or LPP, Howard alum Dr. H. Boima Fahnbulleh, Jr. served as national security advisor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.    Dr. Fahnbulleh, who is seeking the Presidency in the ensuring October 10, 2017 Representatives and Presidential elections, says here that his quest for the nation’s highest office is to build on foundation already laid by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

The Standard Bearer of the Liberian People’s Party or LPP, Howard alum Dr. H. Boima Fahnbulleh, Jr. served as national security advisor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Dr. Fahnbulleh, who is seeking the Presidency in the ensuring October 10, 2017 Representatives and Presidential elections, says here that his quest for the nation’s highest office is to build on foundation already laid by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

KRU PEOPLE: AFRICA`S SAILOR TRIBE THAT REFUSED TO BE CAPTURED INTO SLAVERY - former Liberian international football superstar, David Weah is a Kru man

KRU PEOPLE: AFRICA`S SAILOR TRIBE THAT REFUSED TO BE CAPTURED INTO SLAVERY - former Liberian international football superstar, David Weah is a Kru man

"The elimination of Ebola took a lot of hard work by brave health care workers and international disease experts, Sankoh says. But ultimately this was a victory by the Liberian people."

Block By Block, Health Workers Lead Liberia To Victory Over Ebola

"The elimination of Ebola took a lot of hard work by brave health care workers and international disease experts, Sankoh says. But ultimately this was a victory by the Liberian people."

Upon seeing squatters in the old Ministry of Health building in Liberia, we found a stockpile of beatup, foreign imported cars being used as clotheslines. Repin if you'd like to see more help amongst the Liberian people

Upon seeing squatters in the old Ministry of Health building in Liberia, we found a stockpile of beatup, foreign imported cars being used as clotheslines. Repin if you'd like to see more help amongst the Liberian people

Liberian people read an information sign about Ebola set on a wall of a public health centre in Monrovia (31 July 2014)

Ebola crisis: WHO to announce $100m emergency response

Liberian people read an information sign about Ebola set on a wall of a public health centre in Monrovia (31 July 2014)

parent in some 0f Africa's poorest countries are cutting back on school, clothes and basic medical care just to give their children a meal once a day, experts still, it is not enough' according to the u n food agency, which issued the report, 30 countries now require emergency aid, including 20 in Africa.

Record one billion people in the world are hungry, says UN as parents fight to give their children just one meal a day

parent in some 0f Africa's poorest countries are cutting back on school, clothes and basic medical care just to give their children a meal once a day, experts still, it is not enough' according to the u n food agency, which issued the report, 30 countries now require emergency aid, including 20 in Africa.

‘Once they know you are Liberian — people assume you have the virus’

Immigrants from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea say they are being shunned because of Ebola fears

‘Once they know you are Liberian — people assume you have the virus’

"The Kru people are indigenous to Liberia and the Ivory Coast. Kru were most known for seafaring and their strong resistance to capture by European enslavers in the Transatlantic slave trade. They would fight vehemently & even take their own lives before surrendering to enslavement. Because of their tenacity, they were labeled as difficult & less valuable in the slave trade. Currently they account for 7% of the Liberian population."-

"The Kru people are indigenous to Liberia and the Ivory Coast. Kru were most known for seafaring and their strong resistance to capture by European enslavers in the Transatlantic slave trade. They would fight vehemently & even take their own lives before surrendering to enslavement. Because of their tenacity, they were labeled as difficult & less valuable in the slave trade. Currently they account for 7% of the Liberian population."-

Camerun, Africa... In the 1730s, a seven-year-old English girl washed up on the…

Camerun, Africa... In the 1730s, a seven-year-old English girl washed up on the…

Davide Salvadore, draws inspiration from ancient musical instruments, African symbols and textiles, and the colors of the African landscape. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Davide Salvadore, draws inspiration from ancient musical instruments, African symbols and textiles, and the colors of the African landscape. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

African Chicken Stew- A stew like no other. Easy, Aromatic and Flavorful . Great weeknight meal. Paired with Savory Coconut Rice

Chicken Stew

African Chicken Stew- A stew like no other. Easy, Aromatic and Flavorful . Great weeknight meal. Paired with Savory Coconut Rice

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: KRU PEOPLE: AFRICA`S SAILOR TRIBE THAT REFUSED TO BE CAPTURED INTO SLAVERY

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: KRU PEOPLE: AFRICA`S SAILOR TRIBE THAT REFUSED TO BE CAPTURED INTO SLAVERY

The 52 Best Photographs From Around The World In 2014

The 52 Best Photographs From Around The World In 2014

Umu Fambulle stands over her husband Ibrahim after he staggered and fell, knocking him unconscious in an Ebola ward in Monrovia, Liberia, on 15 August Photograph: John Moore/Getty.

Adapting to your audience is a great way to build engagement and during a talk! If you do it well you may even get a standing ovation at the end!  Adapting to your audience is so important because it allows you to connect with them relate to them and really make them a part of the message you are delivering. Which leads to increasing your influence and impact which will most definitely increase your chances of sales at the end of your talk!  For example  this weekend I had a speaking…

Adapting to your audience is a great way to build engagement and during a talk! If you do it well you may even get a standing ovation at the end! Adapting to your audience is so important because it allows you to connect with them relate to them and really make them a part of the message you are delivering. Which leads to increasing your influence and impact which will most definitely increase your chances of sales at the end of your talk! For example this weekend I had a speaking…

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