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Liberia Portrait of a People
by Claude Peafrey

Overview


A look at the lives of everyday Liberians far removed from the atrocities and effects of civil war and the resulting second order effects on the country.
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Description


A look at the lives of everyday Liberians far removed from the atrocities and effects of civil war and the resulting second order effects on the country. Chronicling the lives of Liberians. in the interior and in the city, 'Liberia, portrait of a people' is a look at the tenacity, beauty and will of the Liberian people one person, community, town and city at a time.
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About the author


Born in Liberia, Claude was a first hand witness to the devastation of the Liberian Civil war before his departure for the United States. In the United States, he struggled to reconcile the image of Liberia he had known and the image of Liberia portrayed in various media outlets. Intent of presenting a unique view of the country, he embarked on the creation of "Liberia, Portrait of a People".
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Book details

Genre:PHOTOGRAPHY

Subgenre:Photoessays & Documentaries

Language:English

Pages:230

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781098396640


Overview


A look at the lives of everyday Liberians far removed from the atrocities and effects of civil war and the resulting second order effects on the country.

Read more

Description


A look at the lives of everyday Liberians far removed from the atrocities and effects of civil war and the resulting second order effects on the country. Chronicling the lives of Liberians. in the interior and in the city, 'Liberia, portrait of a people' is a look at the tenacity, beauty and will of the Liberian people one person, community, town and city at a time.

Read more

About the author


Born in Liberia, Claude was a first hand witness to the devastation of the Liberian Civil war before his departure for the United States. In the United States, he struggled to reconcile the image of Liberia he had known and the image of Liberia portrayed in various media outlets. Intent of presenting a unique view of the country, he embarked on the creation of "Liberia, Portrait of a People".
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