Liberia Social Justice Foundation (LSJF)
LSJF focuses on achieving three goals: seeking knowledge, identifying disparities, and promoting social justice.
(1) Seek Knowledge
Seek knowledge means learning about citizens and noncitizens in Liberia, including Liberian sixteen ethnic groups, namely Bassa, Congo or Americo-Liberian, Dan, Gbandi, Gola, Grebo, Kissi, Kpelle, Krahn, Kru, Loma, Mandingo, Mano, Mende, and Vai. We shall also seek knowledge about civic and religious minorities, immigrants, gays, and lesbians.
(2) Identify Disparities
Identifying disparities means gathering raw data through surveys, interviews, research studies, and consultation with historians, local or county leaders, and other experts. Our goal is to understand better the economic and social resource and power distribution and disparity among tribal and ethnic groups, counties, regions, districts, cities, and men, women, and children.
(3) Promote Social Justice
Promote social justice focuses on two goals: to ensure that everyone, regardless of economic status, has equal access to financial, educational, political, and social opportunities and to liaise with communities across the world to join us promote diversity, fair and equal representation, rights to healthcare, employment, housing, wealth, and privileges within Liberia