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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

Education for Holistic Development

To look at the education system whether in the minds and mouths of our politician or as evidenced in what entails in our Caribbean countries is to view the narrow-mindedness and duplicity which is the inevitable result of a people not reconciled with itself. Further, I think it gives evidence of leaders who, due to a failure to properly assess their past, are lost as to how to attend themselves…

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Blessed – Caribbean Music

BLESSED VARIOUS REGGAE TRACKS FROM THE CARIBBEAN Zion Roots Music, an affiliate of CRS Music and Media, stands by its mission statement, “To promote reggae artistes from the region who have a conscious and positive message and to expose them locally, regionally and globally”. After traveling in the region promoting the four album released on the label since its creation in 2006 ( Reggae Baje vol 1 & Reggae is…

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100 Thousand Poets for Change

600 events in 450 cities and 95 countries will take place on September 24 to promote environmental, social, and political change. Poets, writers, artists will create, perform and demonstrate in their communities, and decide their own specific area of focus for change within the framework of peace and sustainability, which founder Michael Rothenberg stated, “…is a major concern worldwide and the guiding principle for this global event.” Bob Holman and…

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On This Day In TCXPI History – We Must Never Forget!

Lt. Colonel Allen Allensworth, Minister, Educator, and Founder of the Town of Allensworth, was born enslaved April 7, 1842 in Louisville, Kentucky. Lt. Col. Allensworth escaped slavery by joining the Union Army during the Civil War. In 1871, he was ordained a Baptist minister and led several churches in Kentucky. In 1880 and 1884, he was the only black delegate from Kentucky to the Republican National Conventions. In 1886, Lt.Col….

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