Thanks but No Thanks
It is refreshing to see the Caribbean community leaders finally coming together on an issue. However the issue chosen leaves mush to be desired.
The Heads of Government may believe , and sincerely so, that they have the upper hand an will follow the footsteps of the Mau Mau case gaining an apology for their people and maybe a few dollars to go with it, but the further damage that will be done to the Caribbean will take years to repair.
The Pan-Afrikan Reparations Coalition in a letter to the heads of government of the Caribbean countries was adamant that a top down approach should not be taken and that there should dialogue with the citizens of the Caribbean on this matter. As usual the politicians and government have done as governments do and seek to further empower themselves while disempowering the people.
In the address by the Chairman of CARICOM Reparations Commission to the British House…
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