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#Child abuse: 3 CENTS FOR #SEX  Children should have the right to live a happy, healthy life. In some areas that is not possible.  At an early age, Liberian children are often encouraged by their parents to work the streets for money. A better lifestyle is possible, but only if children have the opportunity to become educated. Check out this infographic to see the devastating effects of the lack of education in Liberia.

INFOGRAPHIC: Children should have the right to live a happy, healthy life. In some areas, a healthy and happy life is not possible.

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Liberian child carrying a baby in a traditional "lapa"

Liberian child carrying a baby in a traditional "lapa". We hope to help children like these get access to clean water, food, education and health care.

(liberian child "soldiers") Article: How Jesus is using a most unlikely man to save Africa from the inside out. Joshua Blahyi of Liberia

(liberian child "soldiers") Article: How Jesus is using a most unlikely man to save Africa from the inside out. Joshua Blahyi of Liberia

Africa | Mother and son.  Mali | © Luca Gargano

An African mother from Mali looks back adoringly at her beloved son. ------ (Photo by Luca Gargano)

“Growing Up Black in Nazi Germany”, Born in 1926, Hans Massaquoi was the child of a German nurse and a Liberian diplomat. When he was in second grade, Hans was so taken with the Nazi imagery that, at his request, his nanny sewed a swastika to his sweater. Although his mother removed it when he returned home from school, a picture had already been taken.

obitoftheday: “Obit of the Day: “Growing Up Black in Nazi Germany” Hans Massaquoi was very disappointed when his teacher told him that he could not join the Hitler Youth. Massaquoi’s friends had all joined and he was enthralled with the uniforms, the.

A boy loyal to Charles Taylor, then president of Liberia, fought on a bridge littered with shell casings in 2003.

A teddy-bear-backpack-toting child soldier points his gun at a photographer in Monrovia, Liberia on Ju.

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