December 12, 2018
From the op-ed:
In 2006, at the end of almost two decades of civil and political strife, Liberia was a broken nation. Ethnic and sectarian tensions weakened the bonds that upheld our sense of a shared national identity.
Longing for opportunities to contribute to the country’s development, many Liberians living in the diaspora returned home to serve as fellows.
I was one of them.
Read the full piece here.