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  • Here comes Sheldon Heritage
  • Creating independence, is everyone’s responsibility. An invitation to activism.
  • An Empowering Curriculum for the African Barbadian Student Pt1.
  • SOON HERE! Help for parents who want to homeschool their children.
  • Colonialism, Gun Violence and Irma

It is time to teach the facts

Why do we not teach our children the truth? I asked my 13yr old daughter if they taught her about Christopher Columbus in school? She said they did, so I asked her what did they tell her about him? Her response was that he had brothers, he discovered some islands and that he was a good/great man.

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The Legacy Of Marcus Garvey in Barbados 2014

With the beginning of the 20th century, black workers in Barbados became involved in the ideologies of Marcus Garvey. It was evident that the time period following the emancipation of slaves was very similar to the slave system, the only exception being that the blacks were no longer slaves, but their actual situation was not greatly improved upon, due primarily to the white planters who dominated the local government and…

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“THIS TOO WILL PASS” ….A Review

Author: Sonia Williams Review done by: Simba Simba Simple! It is said that the most beautiful things in life are the simple things in life. It is the little things that are easily overlooked, yet when noticed can extract a profound feeling of serenity. The walk on the beach at dusk, a sweet juicy fruit, a gaze into the moon or just a drive into the countryside are but a…

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The Shamanic View of Mental Illness

By: Stephanie Marohn with Malidoma Patrice Somé In the shamanic view, mental illness signals “the birth of a healer,” explains Malidoma Patrice Somé. Thus, mental disorders are spiritual emergencies, spiritual crises, and need to be regarded as such to aid the healer in being born. What those in the West view as mental illness, the Dagara people regard as “good news from the other world.” The person going through the crisis has been chosen…

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AFRICA IN THE NEXT FIFTY YEARS

 DR. MOTSOKO PHEKO It is what African leaders do now and daily which will determine the place of Africa in the next fifty years. Africa has already waited for fifty years for present African leaders to implement the foundational principles that the pioneers of Africa’s independence struggle laid down on 25th May 1963. If Africa has to wait for another 50 years to achieve her goal of economic development and technological…

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