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 the case many are still in enslavement and there seen to be no way out […]

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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 those whose ancestors were impacted by the Slave trade. In the 1800’s the holocaust of […]

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BOAT BUILDING ON BEQUIA

As with St. Vincent, Bequia was home to Amerindians before European farmers, fishermen and traders settled here in the 1700s. Nine sugar plantations were established during the early 1800s but prosperity was short-lived when the sugar industry entered a period of decline. The maritime trades of fishing, whaling and boat building established themselves as Bequia’s primary industries […]

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BARBADOS FEMALE PRIME MINISTER NAMES AG

Mia Mottley Sworn in As Barbados’ First Female Prime Minister, Names Attorney General Mia Mottley (Right) Took the Oath of Office Before Governor General Dame Sandra Mason at Government House. Mottley, Barbados’ eighth prime minister, is expected to name the rest of her Cabinet by Monday. Mere hours after her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) secured a crushing […]

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MIA MOTTLEY SWORN IN AS PRIME MINISTER

Mia Mottley is sworn in as new Prime Minister Less than 24 hours after she led her Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to victory in the May 24 general election, Mia Amor Mottley, 52, was sworn in as Barbados’ eighth prime minister on Friday, joining a handful of Caribbean women who have led governments in their […]

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BLP TAKES ALL

Barbados Labour Party takes landslide elections victory; gets first female Prime Minister Reproduced from Barbados Today Prime Minister Mia Mottley The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) will form the next government, led by its first female prime minister, and based on unofficial results, it will do so without any official opposition. The BLP demolished the DIP, […]

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HISTORIC VICTORY

In Historic Victory, Barbados Elects First Female Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley even earned the backing of the country’s most recognizable national: Rihanna. The Caribbean island of Barbados elected its first female prime minister Thursday, adding to a growing list of woman-led countries in the Western Hemisphere. Mia Amor Mottley becomes Barbados’ first female prime […]

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THE PHILIPPINES GENOCIDE THAT IS SILENT

The Philippines Genocide 3 million Filipinos Killed 25 Apr 2017  in History  tagged Genocide / Philippines / USA by British Frank (updated on 1st May 2018) The Philippines Genocide is the genocide history forgot, you will find in history books the Filipino-American War of 1899-1902 but they fail to mention the genocide carried out by the United States of America on the people of the Philippines. I […]

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