Other On-Line Resources Related to Liberia
The index has been created by The Norwegian
Council for Africa, as part of its comprehensive
effort to strengthen the knowledge of Africa
and African affairs. The projects has been developed
in cooperation with the information company
Gazette, and wit h financial support from the
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Liberia (Karen Fung)
Resources represents part of Karen Fung's "Africa
South of the Sahara Electronic Guide". It covers:
news, history, geography, etc..
African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning. This electronic
exhibition catalog contains a number of photographs
from the Bayly Art Museum's recent exhibition
of African art. Related materials to be offered
in the future include an exhibition of African
Languages of Liberia
The Ethnologue is a catalog of the world's languages
including information on alternate names, number
of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic affiliation,
and other sociolinguistic and demographic information.
This database represents the 12th edition of the
Ethnologue, published in 1992.
Institute of Journalism
The Liberia Institute of Journalism (LIJ), a
nonprofit, nonpartisan Journalism Education
organization, informs, inspires and empowers
journalists to exercise their rights and accept
responsibilities as journalists in an emerging
democracy. Liberia Institute of Journalism connects
Journalists to their communities and institutions
through challenging Journalism programs and
services. The Institute in collaboration with
the International Center of Washington, DC.,
publishes the WEST AFRICA NEWSLETTER, which
focuses on human rights, development and democracy
reporting and networking.
This resource on Liberia is provided by Lifewater
Canada, a Christian non-profit organization
focusing on training and equipping Nationals
to drill water wells and built, install and
Letters: Electronic Text Center
Collection of letter belonging to: Samson, Terrrel,
besides relevant Liberian web resources, provided
by University of Virginia
Rights Watch: Liberia
Reports on human rights situation in Liberia
from 1989 to the present
General on-line resources on the history of
The untold story of America's African progeny
is presented in Liberia: America's Stepchild.
This dramatic documentary follows the parallel
stories of America's relationship with the African
republic of Liberia -- founded and backed by
the American Colonization Society (ACS) and
the U.S. government as a home for freeborn Blacks
and former slaves -- and the settlers' relationship
with the indigenous people. As seen through
the eyes of Liberian filmmaker Nancee Oku Bright,
the film also explores the causes of the turmoil
that has ravaged Liberia since 1980.
Stamps of Liberia
Collection of bird stamps from Liberia
- The music of Liberia
This site provides information about Liberian musicians, musical styles, and instruments.
Dr. Ali B.