There is a set of Liberian Loma texts that I received in PDF form from a linguist who gave them to me on USB at a conference in Paris in 2017. I have checked on possible successor institutions to the literacy center that likely produced them, and have heard no objection to posting the texts here.
UPDATE: I have just come to realize that I was mistaken about the provenance. The images of texts that I received in Paris are a different set of files.
UPDATE #2: The content above has been edited.
As 2021 gives way to 2022, let us remember more of those who have passed on in recent months:
-November 11, 2021. F. W. de Klerk, former president of South Africa, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela for bringing about an end to apartheid. He declined a Harper Fellowship at Yale Law School in 1997.
-November 29, 2021. Robert Farris Thompson, professor emeritus of art history at Yale, specializing in cultural flows from Africa across the Atlantic.
-December 15, 2021. bell hooks, who taught at Yale as an assistant professor of African and Afro-American studies, as well as English.
-December 24, 2021. Kenya Siana Flash, a librarian of government and political science at Yale, passed away.
-December 26, 2021. The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu, Archbishop of Cape Town.
-January 2, 2022. Richard Leakey, former director of the National Museums of Kenya.