Author Sees Children as Key to a Corruption-free Liberia (The Bush Chicken)

(Monrovia, Liberia) Speaking to Liberian writer and activist Robtel Neajai Pailey, one can glean the strong disdain she has for the kickbacks and bribery that are ubiquitous in all sectors of Liberian society.

“I find it disgusting working in that environment,” the Oxford-educated academic said in a phone interview last November, referring to corrupt settings in general.

It is a view she espoused in a New York Times op-ed she wrote and in the below TEDxEuston talk.