Colonialism, Gun Violence and Irma

September 14, 2017

I was asked as the founder of an African centered charity “The African Heritage Foundation” to share my thoughts on the sentiments expressed by Sir Hilary Beckles, that the statue of Lord Horatio Nelson should be removed. This I did and the article drew a number for comments which I think were reasonable for people who have been blinded to their original history and culture by centuries of colonial rule.

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The Vision Is Clear.

July 15, 2017

The African Heritage Foundation (AHF) is presently engaged in a number of projects aimed at developing its economic, educational, social and agricultural capacity. Each area of development is directly connected to the other. The long term aim of this organisation is to create a model of successful collective development that can be duplicated by other organisations, communities and the state.

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The Many Benefits of Massage

June 20, 2017

Massage can be a powerful tool to help you take charge of your health and well-being Adapted from an article written by the Mayo Clinic Staff Massage is no longer available only through luxury spas and upscale health clubs. Today, massage therapy is offered in businesses, clinics, hospitals, health and wellness fairs, farmers markets, malls and even airports. Some massage therapists will also conduct house visits! If you have never…

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Solar Generated Electricity and You Part 1 … An Introduction.

June 12, 2017

Business leaders have a wide variety of reasons to like solar – it helps reduce their impact on the environment and saves them money. This could be why a ton of companies – including Nike, Starbucks, and Walmart – are pledging to work toward using 100% renewable energy. There are a lot of leaders investing in solar in places you might not think of, like Richard Branson’s support for a…

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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.

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Listen Chris, Tax This!

June 3, 2017

While the majority of Barbados is disgusted with the increase of taxes about to be implemented by the current Minister of Finance and his gang, the fact of the matter is, the island is in economic trouble, and we need solutions.

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Policy is Key to Development

June 2, 2017

While the Executive of Barbados exercises poor fiscal and public policy, to total blame that organ for the situation in which we find ourselves would be intellectually dishonest. The failure of the Barbadian private sector (businesses / markets / for-profit and non-profits / charities) to build upon the stability we had and expand during those times within the country and beyond is a major component of our current woes. The…

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