Actresses Unite: Saycon Sengbloh, Lupita Nyong’o, Zainab Jah, Pascale Armand, & Akosua Busia

New York City will get its chance to see Danai Gurira’s play “ECLIPSED”, uniting a group of actresses who’s passion and talent is exceptional. Making its NYC debut on my old stomping grounds, the Public Theater. Join me this fall as I join these beautiful actresses in a play that explores the treacherous lives of several women during the Liberian civil…

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SAYCON SENGBLOH For Your Consideration: Grammy: Traditional R&B

Dear Recording Academy: Kind thanks to the Voting Members of the Recording Academy for your consideration. Saycon Sengbloh is on the ballot for 57th Annual Grammy Awards in the category of Traditional R&B! First round ballots are due November 5th. Now Streaming “Be Here” by Saycon Sengbloh for your consideration: Saycon Sengbloh (vocals), Jason Michael Webb…

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Liberia: Children’s Law Guarantees Rights of Children

This information is a few months old to some but new to me and I’m happy to hear it, read it, and pronounce it on SayconTalks.blogspot.com. Celebrating the children of Liberia. A law has been passed to make it imperative thtat the children of Liberia be protected, and allowed to flourish and grow! Making education and…

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Fashion Week : Korto Momolu

Saycon Sengbloh and Fashion designer Korto Momolu Photo used by permission. photos courtesy of Saycon Sengbloh Ooooooh weee! Fashion! Fashion! Fashion! David Bowie said it best… Sometimes I have a week where I’m just fashion crazed and this was one of them! I attended he show by the fabulous Korto Momolu. The show was elegant…

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Technology for Liberia

Preparing Liberia for success in the new millenium, I had the honor to lend my voice and energy to a cause very dear to my heart! We are seeking to make the technological infrastructure of Liberia and access to the internet a commonplace resource through out the land. Many thanks to sis Matu Saye for…

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Liberian-American Covergirl: They Say! I Say! We Say!

Photo by Phylis Kwentoh used by permission Hey family please check out the new digital magazine and blog, “They Say, I Say, We Say” dedicated to Liberian fashion, future, and politics! I’m on the cover of the November issue. Click to see the magazine and article here (remember to click the link in the new…

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Macdella Cooper Foundation Luncheon

There’s no time like the present to make plans and I’ve been making big ones. One of the most exciting ventures I see coming forward will be more work with the Macdella Cooper foundation. I met Macdella Cooper a few months ago and performed in her La’Africana program a fundraiser for her school located in…

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