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September 11, 2014 Still Stupid after All These Years
March 30, 2014 STATE OF THE PEOPLE: An Annual Message
August 1, 2013 Honor Thy Father of the Millenium
December 24, 2012 A Barnyard, Black American Conservative Vs. A Jungle African Liberal
February 29, 2012 Affirmative Action: Before I Turned Black
January 13, 2011 At Stake Is the State of Liberia’s Sovereignty
Liberia is the land or blo we are proud to call home.
- Still Stupid after All These Years
- STATE OF THE PEOPLE: An Annual Message
- Honor Thy Father of the Millenium
- A Barnyard, Black American Conservative Vs. A Jungle African Liberal
- Affirmative Action: Before I Turned Black
- At Stake Is the State of Liberia’s Sovereignty
- An Open Letter to Harry Yuan, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Amos Sawyer, Boima Fahnbulleh, and Others
- Liberia’s 163rd Independence Day Oration
- “Never Been a Founding Member of NPFL”
- Conversation with Bishop Augustus B. Marwieh
- Doryen Jah Interviews Artist Joyce
- Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Challenges GOL And Calls On Opposition To Unite
- Interview With Siah Nyanseor at 60
- Italian Revelations On the Assassination of Thomas Sankara
- Nigeria: How Ghanaian ECOMOG Commander Betrayed SGT. Doe
- Nyanseor’s Interview Part II
- When Tomorrow Stars Without Me
- A Silvery Night
- Albert Porte: Mr. Constitutionalist
- Am I A Precious Jewel?
- Conversation in “Waterside English”
- For Our Old Future (or New?) Poets
- Harsh Realities et al
- I Will Not Tote That Hammock Any More!
- I, Too, Sing America
- If We Have To Struggle
- In West Point
- Like My Brother In Soweto
- MANDELA THE MADIBA
- MY COUSIN MOHANED
- Ode to the Union
- Pepperbird Bound For Freedom
- Rally Time
- Recounted Bliss
- The Wind of Change
- There is Still More Time
- Wanderers For Freedom
- Weep Not For Dead Leaves
- Why Liberians must love Tubman
- You Got to Believe
- An Introduction to African Traditional Religions
- Blacks’ Presence in the Bible
- Christianity in Africa South of the Sahara
- Forum 2 : Religion in Africa
- Islam and African Traditional Religions
- Klao’s Myth About Creation
- Origins Of African American Spiritualism
- Review of John S. Mbiti, Introduction to African religion
- The Role Of Women In African Traditional Religion
- Traditional African Practices and Islam
- Traditional Religion and Christianity in Southern Africa
- Traditional Religions
Proverb of the Day
When you are dancing with a blind man, you need to touch him every now and then so he will know that you are still dancing.
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