Telfar Clemens And The Case For Dual Citizenship in Liberia.

Telfar Clemens is a Liberian-American 🇱🇷🇺🇸, but went out of his way for the love of his parents’ country (Liberia) to put Liberia’s Olympic team on the map. Due to Telfar, we ended up in The New York Times and this time the stories were different, a positive image. He didn’t have to do that especially in a country where some politicians put their pockets first than their fellow citizens. But, guess what? He did! That’s love ❤️ beyond measures. That’s patriotism that’s not solely spoken of but made of actions.

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Liberian-born American Freelance Writer, Musician, Actor, Filmmaker, World Traveler, Humanitarian, Social Activist, and Producer.

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