KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, Monday March 17, 2014, CMC -Historian and retired head of the University of the West Indies Open Campus, Dr. Adrian Fraser says the region must pursue reparations from Europe but he does not think much will come of the effort.
March 20-22, 2014 Sojourner-Douglass College, Baltimore Based on the intense interest in healing Black families and communities and the experience and skill of Participants at the Table, it was proposed…
CHICAGO (March 14) — The Nation of Islam farm manager, Dr. Ridgely Mu’mim Muhammad, and legal General Counsel Abdul Arif Muhammad, Esq., released the following statement in response to a FOXNews.com…
JACKSON, MISS, March 11, 2014 – After an emotional two weeks which included laying his father to rest and delivering an impassioned eulogy which The New York Times called, “barn-burning”, Attorney Chokwe Antar Lumumba will formally announce his intent to seek the mayor’s office for the city of Jackson today in a press conference outside Jackson City Hall at 5:30 p.m. Attorney Lumumba will be surrounded by family, friends and a host of community supporters as he affirms his decision to carry-on the vision for Jackson that he so closely worked with his late father to define.
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent,– Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders say they have had a “very successful” two day inter-sessional summit here, completing a 20-odd agenda and implementing policies and strategies that would ensure the future socio-economic and political development of the region.
KINGSTOWN- Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders are hoping to hold talks with Europe in June on the issue of reparations for slavery and native genocide, St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has said.
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent – Randy Delplesche, 27, is unemployed. But over the past few weeks he has “earned” EC$60,000 (One EC dollar = US$0.37 cents) from the illegal marijuana trade.
WASHINGTON, Mar 5 2014 (IPS) – U.S. President Barack Obama released a 3.9-trillion-dollar budget proposal for the coming fiscal year, shaping an ideological battle over the role of government in reducing poverty that will likely define the coming election year.
The United Nations Population Division, which tracks demographic data from around the world, has dramatically revised its projections for what will happen in the next 90 years. The new statistics, based on in-depth survey data from sub-Saharan Africa, tell the story of a world poised to change drastically over the next several decades.
On Thursday, President Obama will outline his new “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, which will ask nonprofits and businesses to search for ways to improve the economic chances of the country’s young black men.