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Inspirational Messages from 6 Powerful Liberian Sisters: My Sista's Journey

Berenice Mulubah | October 30, 2015

My Sista’s journey is a circle of influential Liberian women sharing life-lessons, successes,challenges and even disappointments in unique and creative ways through social media. Through personal stories, videos, and images, their goal is to inspire, empower, motivate, and transform the lives of women from all walks of life and create a sisterhood worldwide.  Check out few words from these inspirational Sistas.  
Left to right, top to bottom: Shoana Cachelle, Saran Kaba Jones, Karen Koukou-Twaglee, Barkue Tubman, Patrice Juah, Celi Marie Dean 
Below are videos with powerful messages from these brilliant women.  

















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