Dearest Coleman, one of the leaders of the Pink Panthers, a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. Dearest wipes sweat from her face after dropping off a passenger. February 19, 2015.
       
     
 Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, poses for a portrait. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015
       
     
  Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, rides off on her bike. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015
       
     
  Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, rides off on her bike. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015
       
     
 Garmer picks up a passenger in Monrovia. February 19, 2015. 
       
     
 "The Pink Panthers girls club is there to encourage other girls to see how everyone can get involved in helping themselves when it comes to riding,” says Dearest, who works from 5 am to 9 pm most days.
       
     
 Here in Liberia especially, for a female to be a motorcyclist is almost unheard of,” said Henrietta Tolbert, projects manager at the Angie Brooks International Centre for Womens Empowerment in Monrovia, which helps sponsor the Pink Panthers. February 19, 2015 
       
     
 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
 Dearest Coleman poses with her youngest son, at their home in Monrovia, Liberia on February 20, 2015. Dearest, a founding member of the Pink Panthers, works from 5 am to 9 pm most days. She uses a motorcycle that her boss lends her. Monday through Saturday the drivers must give nearly all of of their profits to the owners of the motorcycles, and then on Sunday the drivers can keep any profits they make. Dearest says her goal is to get her own bike one day.
       
     
 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
 Dearest Coleman in Monrovia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     
 Dearest Coleman, one of the leaders of the Pink Panthers, a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. Dearest wipes sweat from her face after dropping off a passenger. February 19, 2015.
       
     

Dearest Coleman, one of the leaders of the Pink Panthers, a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. Dearest wipes sweat from her face after dropping off a passenger. February 19, 2015.

 Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, poses for a portrait. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015
       
     

Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, poses for a portrait. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015

  Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, rides off on her bike. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015
       
     

Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, rides off on her bike. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015

  Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, rides off on her bike. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015
       
     

Angel, a member of the Pink Panthers, rides off on her bike. The group is a collective of female motorcycle taxi drivers in Monrovia. They formed at the end of January to help women navigate these jobs in what has traditionally been a man's field. There are ten total members. February 20. 2015

 Garmer picks up a passenger in Monrovia. February 19, 2015. 
       
     

Garmer picks up a passenger in Monrovia. February 19, 2015. 

 "The Pink Panthers girls club is there to encourage other girls to see how everyone can get involved in helping themselves when it comes to riding,” says Dearest, who works from 5 am to 9 pm most days.
       
     

"The Pink Panthers girls club is there to encourage other girls to see how everyone can get involved in helping themselves when it comes to riding,” says Dearest, who works from 5 am to 9 pm most days.

 Here in Liberia especially, for a female to be a motorcyclist is almost unheard of,” said Henrietta Tolbert, projects manager at the Angie Brooks International Centre for Womens Empowerment in Monrovia, which helps sponsor the Pink Panthers. February 19, 2015 
       
     

Here in Liberia especially, for a female to be a motorcyclist is almost unheard of,” said Henrietta Tolbert, projects manager at the Angie Brooks International Centre for Womens Empowerment in Monrovia, which helps sponsor the Pink Panthers. February 19, 2015 

 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.

 Dearest Coleman poses with her youngest son, at their home in Monrovia, Liberia on February 20, 2015. Dearest, a founding member of the Pink Panthers, works from 5 am to 9 pm most days. She uses a motorcycle that her boss lends her. Monday through Saturday the drivers must give nearly all of of their profits to the owners of the motorcycles, and then on Sunday the drivers can keep any profits they make. Dearest says her goal is to get her own bike one day.
       
     

Dearest Coleman poses with her youngest son, at their home in Monrovia, Liberia on February 20, 2015. Dearest, a founding member of the Pink Panthers, works from 5 am to 9 pm most days. She uses a motorcycle that her boss lends her. Monday through Saturday the drivers must give nearly all of of their profits to the owners of the motorcycles, and then on Sunday the drivers can keep any profits they make. Dearest says her goal is to get her own bike one day.

 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.

 Dearest Coleman in Monrovia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

Dearest Coleman in Monrovia, February 19, 2015.

 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.

 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.

 One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.
       
     

One of the challenges the Pink Panthers faced was other females were often hesitant to hire them as taxi drivers, and some men who rode made unwanted sexual advances. Together they are working to combat these issues. Monrovia, Liberia, February 19, 2015.