Worldview talks with Chicago native Susan Peters about her autobiography Sweet Liberia, Lessons from the Coal Pot. The book tells the story of how Peters became stranded during the Liberian Civil War. She’d moved to Liberia because she was disgusted with how African-Ame
More and more girls are going to school in Liberia. That’s partly because a female role model – Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf - inspires them. But the girls don’t see many women in responsible positions during the school day. Teachers in Liberia are predominantly male.