- 1. Rabbie Nass and Takun-J: Music in Liberia Part 1 - Together Liberia Soundbooth 8.06 2235 plays
- 2. Rabbie Nass and Takun-J: Music in Liberia Part 2 - Together Liberia Soundbooth 7.54 1497 plays
- 1. Edward Embiasu & Benjamin Godopiaso 9.13 56 plays
- 2. John Fred Yon Jr. & Prince N Shereef 6.27 37 plays
- 3. Joseph Acheampong & David Acheampong 7.26 49 plays
- 4. Joseph Acheampong & Georgina Acheampong On Marriage – Together Liberia 3.09 55 plays
- 5. Joseph Acheampong & Georgina Bedu Faith 2.58 44 plays
Fine Arts in Liberia Soundbooth – Together Liberia 2 tracks, 17.58 Together Liberia on July 16, 2011 00:31
- Download track Go to track Manfred Zbrzezny and Anthony Sartuh: Art in Liberia Part 2 - Together Liberia Soundbooth1. Manfred Zbrzezny and Anthony Sartuh: Art in Liberia Part 2 - Together Liberia Soundbooth 8.32 222 plays
- Download track Go to track Manfred Zbrzezny and Anthony Sartuh: Art in Liberia Part 1 - Together Liberia Soundbooth2. Manfred Zbrzezny and Anthony Sartuh: Art in Liberia Part 1 - Together Liberia Soundbooth 9.25 88 plays
- 1. Pursuing Education by Clarence Nah - Together Liberia 2.55 96 plays
- 2. Pursuing Education by Clarence Nah - Together Liberia 2.55 96 plays
- 3. The Education of Minnie Wah – Liberian Girls and Education 2.38 52 plays
- 1. Clarence and Stefan Education Stories - Together Liberia Soundbooth 10.40 5 plays
- 2. Kindness and Beyin Education Stories - Together Liberia Soundbooth 5.40 22 plays
- 3. Education Delayed by Beyan Howard Together Liberia 1.34 36 plays
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SI Newhouse School of Public Communications Assistant Professor, Ken Harper spent the summer as director for the media development project, Together Liberia, http://togetherliberia.org. The purpose of the project was to empower local communicators to share their own stories and develop institutional relationships with the Liberian media.
Together Liberia was comprised of professors and students from 5 US universities including Newhouse, Duke, UNC Chapel Hill, University of Oregon and University of Massachusetts Boston. Together they created teams to train Liberian students and professionals in photography, media ethics, multimedia and web design.
Over the course of nearly three months participants produced over 20 stories that were published in local media, one of which was published on the website Al Jazeera English. Additionally, five websites, two documentaries and one music video were produced.
Concurrently, Together Liberia's gear drive raised $20,000 in new and used communication equipment that was donated to http://ilabliberia.org, a local NGO, for distribution to local visual storytellers.