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Libraries in Liberia!

October 6, 2009

Well, law libraries anyway. Yesterday, Glenna Gordon and I went to what we’re pretty sure is all of them — there are four, actually, which is three to four more than most people seem to think when we tell them this — in search of what should be a pretty standard document. We think it taught us some useful things, and Glenna certainly got some nice pictures. Check it all out at the Pulitzer Center. Consider this Act I, Scene I in a story we think is going to get pretty interesting.

Meanwhile, I’m at war with myself over at Wronging Rights and Texas in Africa over the Sharati Scandal. If you enjoy seeing one person conduct an intractable argument entirely on her own, or want to get into the thick of dilemmas facing journalists operating in foreign cultures and war-torn regions, check them out.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 6, 2009 12:38 pm

    Well, I’m rather enjoying our intractable arguments. Thanks for the challenges!

    • October 6, 2009 2:43 pm

      Me too! And thanks to you, too — and by the by, every time I buy phone credit for my Lonestar cell phone in Liberia, I think of your blog.

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