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Thomas Quiwonkpa

Thomas Quiwonkpa
General Thomas Quiwonkpa, former commander of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), a Gio from Nimba County. Charles Taylor was a protégé of Quiwonkpa in the 80s, and was related by marriage to Quiwonkpa. Disillusionment in Doe led Quiwonkpa and others linked to the “progressives”, including Joe Wylie (later to become a member of the LURD), to launch a coup on 12 November 1985.
Radio Netherlands
Wereldomroep Nederland

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You can hear the documentary "Faceless Warriors" here on the web at the top of this page. And further down, you can listen to an interview with the missionary Chet Lowe.
Joseph Jenkins Roberts Hampton Roads Central Library:
An anthology on President Joseph Jenkins Roberts (1809-1876): Founder of Liberia. Born in Norfolk, Virginia USA
Henri Sar

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Hampton Roads Central Library:
Henry's love of song, dance, and acrobatics started in Liberia, West Africa. By the age of twelve he was already dancing in cultural troops throughtout Liberia. At seventeen Henry became the lead vocalist in the African reggae band "Music Messiah". He moved to the U.S. to further his musical career in 1986 where he became the lead vocalist with the "Rhythmex", a reggae, African music group. He was lead singer for the traditional group, "Cross Culture"; a caribbean-soca band, "Caribash", and performed as vocalist for the contemporary rock and reggae group, "Six".
Amos Sawyer

Amos Sawyer
Politician
Bodioh Siapoe

Bodioh Siapoe
Politician/journalist?
SMA
Society of African Missions

SMA/Society of African Missions
View a unique collection of Liberian stamps at the Society's site. It is now 95 years since the SMA started in Liberia and 53 years since the American Province entered the fray. Success always seemed elusive, if not at times downright unattainable. The story of the Liberian mission is full of ups and downs, lights and shadows.
Sweet Liberia.com

Potter Pajibo
Potter Pajibo: Editor
Welcome to www.Sweet-Liberia.com. This Site is still in it's developmental stages. Enjoy the available services and beaar with them as they build what promises to be the best Liberian hangout on the web.
Potter Pajibo (Editor). E-mail: editor@sweet-liberia.com
Talking Drums Studio

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We talk peace and progress on seven radio stations in Liberia. We produce news features, dramas, up country news, talk shows, storytelling, Liberian folk songs and programs for women. Our shows promote a "common ground" approach to resolving conflict and finding reconciliation. Our aim is to show that even challenging issues can be examines in ways that inform and entertain, while still promoting the search for solutions.
Tarty Teh

Tarty Teh
Politician/journalist?
Elisa Terranova

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Elisa Terranova was born in 1954 in the country of Liberia, Africa. As her Father's career in the American Foreign Service took root, she traveled extensively abroad, and by 1972 had lived in Africa, Spain, Yugoslavia, Pakistan and France.
Dr. Togba Nah Tipoteh

Dr. Togba Nah Tipoteh
Politician: Dr. Tipoteh, who inspires many of the opposition figures by remaining at home to be a principal voice and who continues to work with his exiled colleagues to highlight the collapse of Liberia as a nation-state. On Friday, July 19, 2002, about a dozen members of President Taylor’s Anti Terrorist Unit (ATU) raided the home of Dr. Tipoteh without a search warrant or court order and, of course, without an invitation from Dr. Tipoteh or any member of his family. The purported reason for the search was for weapons. Mr. Tipoteh's Liberian people's Party (LPP) is a Liberian Movement for Justice in Africa (MOJA). Founded in 1984, the LPP drew its membership from among a group of Liberians who called themselves "progressives." Amos Sawyer and H. Boima Fahnbulleh were founding members of the LPP. Dr. Togbah Nah-Tipoteh was in exile when the LPP was founded. Tipoteh returned to Liberia in 1990 and in a bizarre fashion took over the leadership of the LPP.
The Tubman People

Tubman People Liberia
The Chronicle presents a series on the history of the Tubmans, a group of slaves set free by Augustan Richard Tubman in 1836. With the help of his widow, Emily, they traveled to Africa, where they settled in a colony that eventually became Liberia. The Tubman people prospered in their new home, starting farms, churches and schools. And the grandson of two of those slaves went on to become the nation's president, one of the most powerful black men in the world. Augusta Chronicle staff photographer Jonathan Ernst spent two years researching the story. He lived in Liberia for nearly a month, gathering information and taking photos that accompany the stories.
UNITED PATRIOTIC & STRONG

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MISSION STATEMENT: TO EMPOWER LIBERIANS WITH STRONG PRINCIPLES AND CREDIBLE LEADERSHIP, BUILDING UPON A SOLID FOUNDATION WHERE THE RULE OF LAW IS INTRINSIC TO OUR VERY EXISTENCE, AS WE CREATE A UNIFIED NATION THAT IS CRITICAL TO AFRICA'S PROSPERITY.
Dr. William R Tolbert Jr.

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Dr. William R. Tolbert Jr., Former President of the Republic of Liberia (1971-1980), Presented the Family of Man Award in 1976, His Challenge Was Mankind.
ULAA

Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas
The Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) is the umbrella group of Liberians and their various organizations in the Americas. ULAA is a voluntary, nonprofit and non-governmental organization formed on July 4, 1974 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. The mission of ULAA is to advance the just causes of Liberians and Liberia at home and abroad. The general principles of ULAA are to promote and encourage national reconciliation, integration and unification; preserve and protect Liberian culture, history and traditions; uphold and defend fundamental rights, including the human rights and civil liberties of Liberians everywhere; cultivate and harness the energies and resources of Liberians to improve the quality of life of all Liberians abroad; and advocate and advance the cause of constitutional democracy and sustainable national development in the Republic of Liberia.
UNICO

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The idea of UNICCO was first conceived in April 1977 in New York City by Nimba students in the United States. As the number of Nimbaians in the United States grew, there was need for an independent organization that would address the needs of both students and ordinary Nimbaians. On May 9, 1979, the two existing Nimba Student Associations of New York and Georgia, merged to form one central organization called "UNICCO, United Nimba Citizens' Council" making it one of the first African non-profit organizations in the United States.
US fund for UN trip

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Following in the footsteps of legendary UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Audrey Hepburn, U.S. Fund for UNICEF National Ambassador LAURENCE FISHBURNE made a special field trip in 1997 to Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and Monrovia, Liberia, as a spokesperson and advocate for the world's children.
UNAMSIL

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On 22 October 1999, the Security Council established UNAMSIL to cooperate with the Government and the other parties in implementing the Lome Peace Agreement and to assist in the implementation of the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration plan. On 7 February 2000, the Council revised UNAMSIL's mandate. It also expanded its size, as it did once again on 19 May 2000 and on 30 March 2001. UNAMSIL Headquarters, Mammy Yoko, P. O. Box 5, Freetown, Sierra Leone Tel: 232-22-273-183/4/5 Fax: 232-22-273-189.
US-Africa.org Liberia

US-Africa.org
Open Internet Window to Africa with a Liberia Page. Many links, a Africa related Calendar of events, a huge pan Africa link collection, thousand photos and country files. For business, travel and education.
Varnie's Home Page

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While listening to the sound of the drums, Varnie's Home Page provides Liberians with access to selected links relating to Liberia. News sites for various African nations, provides a means to keep up to date on current news on Africa. Cultural Info links are provided for the Bassa, Gola and Vai ethnic groups of Liberia. The Bassa link provides a historical account of the Bassa migration from Mozambique. Also this Bassa link makes available all aspects of Bassa life, including the Bassa indigineous script. Work is currently being done to create a Bassa font.
Ciata Victor

Ciata Victor
Ciata Victor - TLC Africa Webmaster.
Regina Waite
Home Page

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A very helpful Internet Gateway to lead you to all kind of Liberia-related web-pages.
War Child

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The adult population in many Liberian cities and outlying villages has been decimated by the atrocities. This has created a whole generation of children who have lost contact with parents, relatives and carers. For these child victims of war the future is bleak. Not only do these children carry a huge burden of trauma, but without skills or formal education they face an uncertain future. The scale of the problem poses a huge challenge to NGO operations: from orphaned children and those who have been maimed, raped or forced into combat, to those who have simply never known a normal childhood.
George WEAH

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Voted 1995 FIFA World Player of the Year, European Footballer of the Year and African Football Player of the Year, George Weah is the only player to ever hold these three honors simultaneously. George Weah was born and raised in Liberia, first playing in the Young Survival and then starring for Invincible Eleven. After a year with Yaound (Cameroon), he went to Munich, Germany where he played four seasons starting in 1988. In 1992, George transferred to Paris Saint-Germain where he won the coveted "African Golden Ball" in 1989 and 1994.
Patricia Jabbeh Wesley
Poet

Patricia Jabbeh Wesleyl
Informational website on Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, Ph. D., a poet from Liberia. Provides a detailed background of her life, present work, and future projects. Patricia was born in Tugbakeh, Maryland County in southeastern Liberia, and grew up in Monrovia, Liberia.
West African College of Surgeons

West African College of Surgeons
After a brilliant undergraduate and postgraduate career in the United Kingdom, a young Camerounian decided to return to West Africa to continue his march to the excellence of the science and the art of Surgery .It was in the late months of 1959 and his name was Victor Anoma Ngu. On the same flight was Dr Charles Bowesman, a British Surgeon in the services of the Ghana Government at Kumasi. Either as a diversion from fear or to ward off the boredom of air travel, they discussed the need for Surgeons in practice in West Africa to meet occasionally and exchange experiences in surgical problems that relate to the local milieu. When the plane landed in Accra. It was the last time that Victor saw or heard from Dr Bowesman but it was the beginning of the associations of Surgeons West Africa.
Gabriel H. Williams

Gabriel H. Williams
As a journalist and editor in war-torn Liberia, Williams received death threats from a government threatened by his calls for free speech, democracy and the end of human rights violations. Between 1990-1991 Williams was hidden on U.S. embassy property in Liberia. Williams, now based in Sacramento, shares his experiences in the new book "Liberia: The Heart of Darkness." The book offers accounts of the nation's civil war and "its destabilizing effects in West Africa."
Joe Wylie

Joe Wylie
Politician. General Joe Wylie, Senior Military Advisor, Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD).
Yekepa Memory Project

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This home page is dedicated to information about Yekepa as it was and as it is now. We need plenty of help from people who were there - we want to collect pictures and information about the place, and about the people who were (are?) there now.
Dr. Edwin G.K. Zoedua

Dr. Edwin G.K. Zoedua
Politician: Dr. Edwin G.K. Zoedua is the Chairman of the National Freedom Party of Liberia, as well as Executive Director of the Liberian Social Justice Foundation, Inc., President & CEO of Dee Security Services, Inc., and DSS Employment Screening Services, Inc.
Jacob Zoethout Home Page

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This site will give some impressions in images and in words from his trip to Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia en Mali.
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