Category: History

Networking and FREE drinks at Windrush Square

Interested in networking and having some rum punch in a cultural African Caribbean atmosphere? If...

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Troubling Freedom: “We must preserve freedom at all cost”

Last Friday saw the coming together of Antigua and Barbuda citizens, friends and well-wishers for...

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World’s third oldest person is a Jamaican woman

Jamaica’s oldest citizen, supercentenarian Violet Moss Brown, is approximately eight months...

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Venezuela has no legal basis for claiming Guyana’s land

Last Monday (April 18th) The Ramphal Institute once again delivered an impacting and immensely...

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Dame Linda Dobbs speaks out about racism at the bar

Clerks would Tippex out her name on briefs and write in the name of male pupil they wanted to be...

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Barbados slaves rebelled against slavery this week in 1816

The year was 1816 – the location, Bridgetown, capital of the British colony at Barbados. Sugar...

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Guyana Vice President to speak on Guyana-Venezuela dispute

In spite of the carefully drafted Treaty of Geneva that saw the nations of Guyana and Venezuela...

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Thoughts on why Jamaicans ‘stand out’

THE TRUTH IS, we were taught to hate JAMAICANS. As a little girl in primary school, our teacher...

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