In Liberia, land is life. But this land is whose land? In this episode, we explore Liberia's legacy of land ownership. Modern laws are supposed to give rights to customary land back to indigenous tribes and local communities. Instead, widespread confusion and conflicts are erupting all over the country. Our reporters document disputes and land grabs — even while encountering threats — and seek answers from authorities. Have laws for land rights gone wrong, or can they work?
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Music by: Faith Vonic