This series is part of our honest efforts to provide a proper and sincere interpretation of the political history of Liberia, specifically with the involvement of the progressive forces. Part I of the series will provide a historical background of Liberia, and as well expose to the reading audience the underlying factors that led to the self-sacrificing struggle of the progressive forces.
Postwar Status Education Status Whenever I have an opportunity to discuss the problems affecting the education sector of my beloved country, my thoughts and utterances which are most often reflected in my writings are always centered on prewar Liberia. Like many citizens who were benefitting from the education system before the advent of the 1989 civil war, I usually reminisce about the good old days when students actually knew the reasons they were sent off to school;
Fellow Liberians, while it is certainly true Liberians need peace at all cost, it will be very wrong to start finding peace from the surface without first exploring the root cause to our problems. Peace initiative in Liberia must be inclusive with representatives of the indigenous people,