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ULAA Mourns the loss of ROBERTA JOHNSON

The Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas, ULAA, regrets to announce the death of one of its staunchest activists, Miss Roberta Johnson.  The Union's own Roberta died on Thursday, June 25, at the age of 71. Sister Roberta, as she was affectionately called,  was a committed member of the Organization of the Liberian Community Associations in Illinois (OLCI), which she served as Secretary from 2005-2009.  She also served as member of the all-powerful Women Empowerment Committee of...

Certified candidates for ULAA Elections

UNION OF LIBERIANS ASSOCIATIONS IN THE AMERICASELECTIONS COMMISSIONC/O 7218 Camden Ave N #225, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430  LIST OF CERTIFIED CANDATES FOR 2015 ELECTIONS 

  1. TEAM: KUNNEY & FONANA

 WILMOT KUNNEY---------- PRESIDENT------------PENNSYLVANIAVAMBA S. FAFANA---------VICE PRESIDENT----STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK 

  1. TEAM: JONES & GEORGE

 MENSEH M. JONES----------------...

2015 Elections TimeTable

Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas    Elections Commission – ULAAEC7218 Camden Ave N #225, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430; Tel: 763-238-2766                                        Elections Timetable for the 2015 General Elections:February 20, 2015 The Commission begins accepting applications for National President, National Vice president, National Secretary, National Treasurer...

Women Empowerment Chair, Miss Mamunie Dennis Calls on Women to Fight for their Rights

The Chairlady of the Woman Empowerment Committee of ULAA, Miss Mamuniee  Dennis along with members of her delegation has arrived in Des Moines,  Iowa as guest of  a powerful group in that city known as "Ladies of Integrity."  Her delegation includes, Hon. Varney Sackie- President of the Iowa Chapter of ULAA; Mrs. Sophine Nynue-former chairlady of ULAA Inaugural committee; and another Liberian Artist, Mr. David Mell aka Melody Maker.Upon her arrival, Miss Dennis from the Massachusetts Chapter...

ULAA Mourns the loss of Simon Yanford

The Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) has registered its deepest condolences with Mrs. Madeline Yanford Gorini and family on the sad news of the passing of  their father, grandfather, Uncle, and In-law, Mr. Simon Yanford.  The late Mr. Yanford who was a faithful member of the Liberian Community Association of North New Jersey (LCANJ) chapter, will be remembered for many things, especially his patriotic decision that compelled his children to attend all of ULAA functions...

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