WorldViews: In Liberia’s capital, residents call Chickensoup Factory home

By Lenny Bernstein, November 17, 2014

There is much to love about Liberia once you can see past the Ebola epidemic that has thrust the country into western consciousness. The coast line and countryside are beautiful, where they haven’t been destroyed by 14 years of civil war or decayed by neglect. Liberians are exceptionally friendly people, despite hardships—the civil war that killed 200,000, grinding poverty and now the Ebola outbreak—that might easily have crushed their spirit.

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