Barbados To Host Its First Dive Festival In July 2017

June 9, 2017

If you’ve ever had Barbados on your bucket list, next month might be a great time to go. The island nation will be holding its first dive festival July 5th to 9th. From novice to advance divers, there’s something for everyone at Dive Fest Barbados or you can simply spectate while soaking up some sun on the beach.


The Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory Network

June 1, 2017

December 7-9, 2017 Columbia University, New York City DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENDED TO JUNE 20, 2017! In considering the politics and policies of commemorating the past, this conference probes how public discourses about memory change over time. Papers that explore how the past is known, interpreted, conceptualized, or articulated, and how such representations evolve with the passage of time, are welcome. How has the passage of time changed the way…


The Nation Newspaper’s Scarlet Letter. The public shaming of bullied teenager by Barbadian media and some of its citizens

May 22, 2017

Many teenagers are living half their lives on social media sites, and they’re writing the rules as they go. One online trend that is disturbing is something called “slut shaming” — using photos and videos to turn a girl’s private life inside out. This trend is one aspect of what is now being called “Cyber Bullying”. The recent gang beating and subsequent public shaming of a young teenager by her…


Counting the number 666 of Revelation and its connection to the Great Pyramid and Barbados. A book discussion review.

May 18, 2017

I started a book discussion a couple weeks ago; three to be exact, that explores the relationship between the Bible, The Clock Face and The Great Pyramid. The book being used for this discussion is the ‘Clock Face Code’  written by Courtney Buchanan. It must be noted that this book is unavailable for purchase anywhere. The author, after printing just a couple copies, maybe three or four, decided that the…



January 9, 2017

The MOONLIGHT BAZAAR has invited the AFRICAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION (AHF) to host February’s edition of this event. It will be held on the 11th of February at Neil’s Plantation in St Michael ( near Salters St George). The bazaar runs from 5pm to 9pm.


Home school advocates take action with the AHF in support of victimized Rastafari family.

October 5, 2016

Updates on actions taken since the “Save Our Children” community meeting that was hosted on Monday 3rd October by the AHF. 1. In accordance with proposals made at the “Save Our Children” community meeting of concerned and enraged citizens over the handling of the case of a family who has never sent their two children to a formal school in Barbados, a position letter of support from the African Heritage…