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"I Am My Sister's Keeper" New Liberian Talk Show Debuts Today

I Am My Sister's Keeper is a social movement seeking to dispel the ills of society that traps women, by engaging in healthy dialogues with other women that have moved beyond challenges to lead a meaningful life. The movement is established on the ideology that, "If women face the ills of this world together rather than apart, they can build a stronger sisterhood." (Choicy Di). This talk show is facilitated by Choicy Di, Jessica Barleh, and Kru Cherie. Below is the debut episode that is geared towards fostering wholesome conversations that will inspire others to move forward with their aspirations and succeed in life. In this episode, Ms. Precious Payne, a Liberian designer,  Designer of the Year LEA 2016, and owner of Precious Pieces Couture, shares her journey with the sisters. 


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