Yesterday March 28, President Trump extended for 12 months the Deferred Enforced Departure (DED ) status of our brother and sisters from Liberia who reside in the United States. This is a reversal of his earlier decision taken on March … Continued
Africa Faith and Justice Network recently sent a letter to over 50 members of Congress, urging them to send a letter to Homeland Security to extend the Temporary Protected Status of those from South Sudan and Liberia. We also asked … Continued
All are welcome to join the Africa Faith and Justice Network for a briefing on just governance and citizen participation in Liberia on August 7, 2018 from 10-12. At The Catholic University of America.
Sisters Agnes Mueller, Barbara Ann Muttra, Kathleen McGuire and cousins Mary Joel Kolmer and Shirley Kolmer died during the civil war in Liberia. Sisters Barbara Ann and Mary Joel accompanied the convent watchman to check on the safety of his … Continued
The United States Constitution makes it possible for citizens to express our true beliefs, a freedom we constantly take for granted. We go to the store wearing the shirt of our favorite political candidate; we passively share a Facebook post … Continued
Barthelemy Bazemo Throughout history, there have been cases of outbreak of infectious diseases that have claimed thousands and in some cases millions of lives, such as the bubonic plaque that swept across Europe in the 14th century and claimed an … Continued
One of Africa’s outstanding advocates for justice, human rights and good governance, Emeritus Archbishop Michael Kpakala Francis of Monrovia died Sunday May 19, 2013 in Monrovia, Liberia. A courageous preacher who spoke truth to power and advocated for the rule … Continued