Apologies for my previous off-topic response. It's just that we Guyanese so seldom have anything to celebrate... (coughs)
Having seen the trailer now... truly I-spiring. I will have to show this to my bredren from Monrovia. Maybe he knows some of the people involved.
Women In Black in Palestine/"Israel" is another example of grassroots organisation such as this.
On a more general note, the history of Liberia should alert us to what can happen when people "repatriate" still carrying western mindsets. Cos that was one of the roots of the conflict.
Bless Up Oshun for the post. Hope to see the full movie soon. Is it out yet? (didn't notice anything about that in the trailer and can't spend much time on the web tonight)
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