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Top 10 Positive Liberian Facebook Groups

The number of Liberian groups on facebook have grown over the passed three years.  Majority of these groups are dominated by political topics.  There are lots of heated debates that stir up in these groups, sometimes feeling members bitter and hurt. Few of those argues extended beyond facebook and into the courtroom.  On a positive note, there are few groups that are inspiring, entertaining and informational.  Here are the top ten positive Liberian groups on facebook. 

                                                                               
 
1. I Love Liberian Food: This group is all about celebrating Liberian cuisines.  Members post eye pleasing Liberian dishes daily. The group was created by Berenice Mulubah.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/192511720808650/
 
2. This I Remember......Stories From Liberia: This group is a platform for members to share their memories of Liberia.  The group was created by St Clare D. Avery https://www.facebook.com/groups/572362902878125/
 
3. End the Silence: This group is home to Liberians on facebook who are
dedicated to Ending the Culture of Silence and Secrecy surrounding Child Sexual Abuse and Sex with Underaged Teens in Liberia. The group was created by Gbanjah Carter  https://www.facebook.com/groups/364140883774180/
       
 
                         4. Some Kana People Movie Production: A platform for Some Kana People Movie Production to share comedy videos.  There work is very entertaining.  The group was created by Jerrison Kromah https://www.facebook.com/groups/828991027152964/
 
 
                              5. The African Page......All African News and Event: Even though this group is not exclusively for Liberians, it was created and it is ran by Liberians.  You can find amazing information about African in this group.  The group was created by Charles Edouard Goodridge https://www.facebook.com/groups/175784519161343/
 
                             6. Facebook Rehab: This is a LOL (Laugh out loud) group.  Looking for somewhere to de-stress and just laugh, this is the group for you.  The group was created by Slyvanus S Konneh and I'rawbee Yao Bloji  https://www.facebook.com/groups/428741903861713/
 
                            7. Heritage Prducers' Network:  This group celebrates arts and culture.  A lot of great knowledge about entertainers  are shared in this group.  The group was created by Dougha Caranda https://www.facebook.com/groups/173867736044450/
 
                          8. Liberian Community Market: This group was created to serve Liberians as a medium for advertising goods or services that are provided within our community. The group was created by St. Clare D. Avery https://www.facebook.com/groups/652620464881353/
 
                         9. Liberian American veteran Association: A group comprised of past and current US servicemen and women of Liberian descent from all branches of the US military. This group was created by Samuel Gbatu  https://www.facebook.com/groups/201496479683/
 
                        10. Liberia's Health & Wellness Network: In this group, you will find a lot of useful information on Health and Wellness. This group was created by Eva Sahr  https://www.facebook.com/groups/Libhealthnetwork/
 

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  1. Thanks for the information, I think you need to share it on Face Book

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