(VIDEO) Prime Minister of St Vincent and The Grenadines, HON. RALPH GONSALVES Presents Argument for Reparations for Caribbean Countries

St. Vincent Prime Minister, The Honorable Ralph Gonsalves being interviewed by Carib Nation Television.  Image courtesy of Carib Nation Television.

St. Vincent Prime Minister, The Honorable Ralph Gonsalves being interviewed by Carib Nation Television. Image courtesy of Carib Nation Television.

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Washington D.C.  — Recently, the Prime Minister of St. Vincent and The Grenadines, The Honorable Ralph Gonsalves, presented an argument for the slavery reparation for Caribbean Nations in an interview with Carib Nation Television.  In the interview, which you can see below, he also puts the slavery reparations lawsuit by 14 Caribbean nations against the Britain, France and The Netherlands for their role in the Atlantic Slave Trade into context.

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St. Vincent and The Grenadines Commemorate Independence with Garifuna Seminar on Land, Reparation and Social Justice on THURSDAY October 25th through FRIDAY October 26th 2012

David ‘Darkie’ Williams, President of The Garifuna Heritage Foundation of St. Vincent, holds up a copy of “The Black Carib Wars: Freedom, Survival and The Making of The Garifuna” by Journalist Christopher Taylor. This book will be launched as part of The Garifuna Seminar commemorating St. Vincent Independence. Photo courtesy of The Vincentian Newspaper.

Copyright 2012 by Teofilo Colon Jr.  (a.k.a. “Tio Teo” or “Teofilo Campeon”)  All Rights Reserved.

Kingstown, St. Vincent and The Grenadines — In the days leading up to Independence Day Celebrations in St. Vincent, there will be a unique seminar that will explore and examine the unique history of Indigenous People of that Island.

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ODECO Organization Participates in St. Vincent and The Grenadines International Garifuna Conference

Drumming at International Garifuna Conference in St. Vincent & The Grenadines. Photo courtesy of ODECO

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Kingstown, St. Vincent and The Grenadines — Honduran NGO (Non-Goverment Organization) ODECO announced that they took part in the International Garifuna Conference organized by The Garifuna Heritage Foundation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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New York Police Department (NYPD) Arrest St. Vincentian Diplomat CAMILLO GONSALVES After Incident Near United Nations

Camillo Gonsalves -- Photo courtesy of Nationnews.com

Copyright 2012 by Teofilo Colon Jr. (a.k.a. “Tio Teo” or “Teofilo Campeon”)  All Rights Reserved.

New York, New York — On March 28th 2012, St. Vincent and the Grenadines United States Ambassador Camillo Gonsalves was arrested after an incident in near The United Nations Headquarters.

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St. Vincentian and The Grenadines Prime Minister RALPH GONSALVES Says that ICC Would Have Charged British With The Attempted Genocide Of The Garifuna People in the 1790s

St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister RALPH GONSALVES -- Image by stabroeknews.com

Copyright 2012 by Teofilo Colon Jr.  (a.k.a. “Tio Teo” or “Teofilo Campeon”)  All Rights Reserved.

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent — According to the Antigua Observer Newspaper, On Wednesday, March 14th 2012, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and The Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves said that if The International Criminal Court had existed in the 1790s, Britain would have been taken before the tribunal on genocide charges for the massacre of the indigenous Garifuna people and their leader Joseph Chatoyer.

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Top Ten BEING GARIFUNA News Stories of 2011

 

2011 Calendar courtesy of www.justcalendar.org

Copyright 2011 by Teofilo Colon Jr. (a.k.a. “Tio Teo” or “Teofilo Campeon”)  All Rights Reserved.

New York City — It’s that time of year, numadagu (“my friends” in Garifuna).  This post will feature the top ten BEING GARIFUNA news stories of 2011.

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