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Lessons from Liberia

The event featured the documentary film, Liberia, America’s Stepchild, on Liberian human rights issues, and a talk from human rights attorney Tiawan Gongloe, who was persecuted in Liberia for his political beliefs.
Maudeline Swaray, right, Information Processing Assistant in the Office of Development and External Affairs, sings Liberian popular music with the SWA-RAY band, a musical group that she and her husband Gebah founded 12 years ago. They appeared as part of an event entitled, "Liberia: Past and Present Political Culture." The event featured the documentary film, Liberia, America's Stepchild, on Liberian human rights issues, and a talk from human rights attorney Tiawan Gongloe, who was persecuted in Liberia for his political beliefs. The event was held in the Horace Mann Auditorium on Feb. 17.

Published Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2005

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Lessons from Liberia

Maudeline Swaray, right, Information Processing Assistant in the Office of Development and External Affairs, sings Liberian popular music with the SWA-RAY band, a musical group that she and her husband Gebah founded 12 years ago. They appeared as part of an event entitled, "Liberia: Past and Present Political Culture." The event featured the documentary film, Liberia, America's Stepchild, on Liberian human rights issues, and a talk from human rights attorney Tiawan Gongloe, who was persecuted in Liberia for his political beliefs. The event was held in the Horace Mann Auditorium on Feb. 17.
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