Liberians living in the U.S on Deferred Enforced Departure immigration status finally got their day in court last Wednesday to challenge the legality of President Donald Trump’s decision to end the program.
Days following the arrest and investigation of eight suspects in connection with the gruesome killings in Maryland, the U.S.-based Barrobo United Development Association is calling on the government to speedily investigate the case and hold the culprits accountable.
A Liberian American pastor, Rev. Jesse Gibson, will appear on the ballot as an at-large city councilor candidate in the November 5 municipal elections for the central Massachusetts city of Worcester.
The founder of Universal Human Rights International, Torli Krua, has announced a tour of three northern U.S. states to create awareness on the plight of Liberian refugees in America.
Liberian citizens residing in the U.S. gathered on Friday before the Liberian embassy in Washington D.C. to present a petition to the ambassador accredited to the U.S., George Pattern. The gathering was held simultaneously as the mass protest in Monrovia.
Cornell University’s Institute for African Development will host and cover the costs for this year’s annual conference of the Liberian Studies Association.
According to a press release issued by the organization, the event took place on Saturday, March 23 in New York City. It brought together nearly 500 guests, highlighting the African diaspora’s power to raise funds and awareness for clean water initiatives.
Liberians in the U.S. covered by the Deferred Enforced Departure immigration status are once again relieved after U.S. President Donald Trump announced a surprise extension of their legal immigration status by one year.