Posted in Caribbean History

HIS EXCELLENCY DR GRANVILLE WILLIAMS HONOURED

Today is declared Emancipation Day since the abolition of slavery. The Act was passed on August 1, 1833, and became effective in 1834. Many people believe that we were enslaved in Africa and shipped to the Caribbean. However, if that is…

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Posted in Caribbean History

AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT

THIS IS A RE-POST AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT By Jason Walker Emancipation day is an important day for the descendants of Africa, especially…

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Posted in Caribbean Court St. Vincent

EMANCIPATED BUT STILL UNDER COLONIAL RULE

Sir Godfrey Gregg Today St. Vincent and the Grenadines celebrates Emancipation Day from slavery. Unfortunately, we are still in slavery or under the rule of colonialism. Since we are STILL tied to the Privy Council of the London Court system. It…

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