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The Progressive class in Liberia shall rise again!

  By Dennis Jah   Ask me about the thing that drives everything that I do or say and I will be frank with you, that it is my faith is strong. Having been through many ups and downs and survived the barbaric Liberian civil war, it is this resolve that worked wonders for me yesterday and can do the same again and again. This has been my strength, my coping strategy, my survival technique, and defense mechanism often: exhaled in a song I learned in Sunday school years back….

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Main pic:  Gabriel Bacchus Matthews(deceased), leader of the Progressive Alliance of Liberia(PAL), Togba-nah Topoteh, leader of Movement for Justice in Africa(MOJA), H. Boimah Fahnbulleh, Jr. of MOJA and Amos C. Sawyer of MOJA. PAL and MOJA were the two progressive political advocacy groups that led the struggle for social justice and democratic change in Liberia. Op-ed 

I honor the progressive class of Liberia

Legions of my homeland, Liberia.     The Editor,   Today, with deep conscience, I honor the progressive class of Liberia. Only people with barren sense of history or possessed by historical prejudices will not appreciate the profound depth of contribution made by these great legions of the homeland. Like all of us, mortal beings, they are not free of faults and filths, but their contribution to the homeland cannot be ranked any less, it remains outstanding and indelible. To those of you who throw tantrums and diatribes at the…

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