“Trodding the road of life, I’ve come to this one conclusion That everything is equal under the sun, all that is created by JAH mighty hand And he said knock and it shall be opened Seek and Ye shall find that wisdom is found in the simplest of places, In the nick of time.” Bunny Wailer.
The African Heritage Foundation’s, Crowdfunding/ fundraising campaign is focused on our projects and programs that are at present running and those we are in the process of launching. Our projects and programs have tangible outcomes, and your donation goes not merely directly to these social impact programs but to the overall operation and management of the charity.
All it took was a little marijuana to lift this Canadian town’s spirits.
Recently, I heard a teacher compare homeschooling your children with choosing not to take them to the doctor and (her words) “doctoring them” at home. Her point was of course that in order to teach one must have teaching credentials. I love teachers and have many teacher friends. I truly believe teaching today has to be one of the toughest and important jobs there is. NOT everyone could teach a room of…
Yesterday we honored the legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his dream of justice and equality in America, and I would add, globally. Over 50 years ago Dr. King inspired a generation to come together to stand for freedom in the face of segregation and discrimination. Today we celebrate that spirit because every generation inherits its own injustices and Dr. King is a reminder that each…
Cannabis Capitalism — Here is an opportunity to read unprecedented laws, government policies and regulations be created in real time. This is a global story: It’s the first time in history that a major economy has prepared to legalize recreational use of marijuana.
You are invited to join in this debate that is centered on immigration policy in Barbados.
The African Heritage Foundation registered charity 1112 invites you to support it by shopping in its Heritage Store. The Heritage Shop is an initiative of the African Heritage Foundation which sells Craft, Jewelry and Clothing produced in various countries in Africa as well as the diaspora.
As we quickly approach the beginning of Kwanzaa in this the time of the Winter solstice, you are being asked to give a gift of support in a matter of collective security.
What makes us Bajan? This is the question I am asking myself as I listen to the plight of a family who has recently returned from the UK to reside in Barbados, and seeks to homeschool their children.
As the African Heritage Foundation (AHF) continues to work on assisting with the evolution of education in Barbados, it has tasked itself several goals:
People often ask me, what do I have to do if I join the African Heritage Foundation? I always have three answer for this question: