C. Patrick Burrowes is Liberia's leading historian. Among other positions, he served as the Carter G. Woodson Distinguished Professor at Marshall University in West Virginia and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Cuttington University in Liberia. He holds a B. A. in Journalism (Cum Laude), Howard University; M. A. in Communications, Syracuse University; and Ph. D., Communications History, Temple University.
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Many others circulate divisive myths and derogatory stereotypes. We specialize in recovering the stories about Liberia that have never been told: Liberians were the first in West Africa to end the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Women traditional enjoyed greater rights in Liberia than in the West. Communal lands were more protected under the 1847 Constitution than they are now.
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