North America Progressive Union of Sierra Leonean’s Ethnicity

Discrimination and tribal slurs among Sierra Leoneans come in many forms, although such wrongdoings can sometimes be obvious in our society, it can also be understated or even disguised.

This group provides information on recognizing discrimination and how we can avoid such slurs, as well as tips on how we can learn to get along with people who have hurt our feelings in the past years.
You may start your discussion by explaining the type of discriminatory comment you would like to know more about.
Explain a type of scenario you’d consider discriminatory to you and your ethnic group.
We could learn how to get along as one people in Sierra Leone.

After reviewing several complaints send to us, we have added these assistances in this group.
This group is committed to ensure that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of public services on the basis of tribe, race, color or national origin.
No person or group of persons shall be discriminated against with regard to the quality of care service furnished by any public services provided by the Government of Sierra Leone on the basis of race, color, or national origin, frequency of service, age and quality of care, and type of condition may not be determined on the basis of race, color, tribe or national origin.
Any person who believes that they have, individually, or as a member of any specific class of persons, been subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin may file a complaint with this group. A complaint must be filed within 90 days after the date of the alleged discrimination.
This group is determining to retain Lawyers in Sierra Leone to assist members in this group for a minimum fee, and will cover the following:-

1. Medical malpractice/negligence
2. Land grabbing
3. Property Seizures
4. Bigamy/Polygamy
5. Spousal Abuse
6. Education- (right}
7. Employment discrimination
8. Child support