Contemporary sensitivities around citizenship are deeply embedded in Liberia’s long history of political, economic and social exclusion, which have yet to be resolved 170 years on.
An op-ed by Robtel Neajai Pailey on why Brumskine appears to be the only top contender who would actually institute reforms that Liberia needs.
I became an undocumented migrant at age six and it changed my life.
As the two most unlikeable presidential candidates in US history go head-to-head in this week’s elections, it is clear that a Clinton or Trump presidency will result in few changes, if any, for the continent of Africa.
It was an honor to interview Liberian novelist Vamba Sherif in London on Friday, Nov. 4, during the UK launch of the English translation of his first novel written in Dutch, Land of My Fathers.
No matter how much we believe nationalities are social constructs that keep certain people in their place, we can’t escape migration regimes sanctioned by nation states.