Former Windies fast bowler says CWI needs urgent governance reform

Former Windies fast bowler says CWI needs urgent governance reform

Legendary West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding (Photo: CMC) PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Outspoken fast bowling legend, Michael Holding, has welcomed the recent leadership change atop Cricket West Indies but says the regional governing body now needed to undergo serious constitutional change if it was to escape the cycle of poor governance, which […]

“Human Zoos: America’s Forgotten History of Scientific Racism”

By Erin Telesford

“Human Zoos: America’s Forgotten History of Scientific Racism”

How the Erasure of History Affects a Society “Human Zoos: America’s Forgotten History of Scientific Racism” is a documentary investigating the shocking exploitation of Darwinism as a means of justifying racism. The growth of scientific and evolutionary discovery in the 1850s led to the belief that a specific group of Africans was the so-called “missing […]

The 35th Council District celebrates Spike Lee’s Oscar Win

New York City Council Member Laurie A. Cumbo

The 35th Council District celebrates Spike Lee’s Oscar Win

The 35th Council District celebrates its own Spike Lee on his first Oscar win! His film BlacKkKlansman won Best Adapted Screenplay, and the night was historic for many! There were a total of seven Black artists who took home awards in seven different categories on Oscar Sunday. Regina King, Mahershala Ali, Peter Ramsey, Spike Lee, Ruth Carter, […]

Noel Gray recalls heroics at first Gibson Relays in 1973

By Howard Walker, Senior staff reporter

Noel Gray recalls heroics at first Gibson Relays in 1973

First Gibson Relays in 1973 showing the victorious 4x400m Boys Open Relay team from Kingston College. The individuals are from left to right: Maurice Lawrence, Ronald Gray, Charles Headlam and Noel Gray. (Photo: Courtesy of the Gibson McCook relays) In 1973 Noel Gray brought the house down for Kingston College (KC) at the then inaugural […]

Rasta, reggae and rebellion

Donisha Prendergast shares with Vogue India

Rasta, reggae and rebellion

Actor, film-maker, activist and the granddaughter of Bob and Rita Marley, Donisha Prendergast is currently in India where she conducted sessions at Goa Sunsplash — India’s biggest reggae and sound system festival which was held (January 12-13), and is also slated for the Jaipur Literature Festival next weekend, from January 24-28. Prendergast, who is the […]

Rihanna Launching Her Own Luxury Fashion House

Rihanna Launching Her Own Luxury Fashion House

“That Rihanna reign just won’t let up!” Singer/beauty mogul Rihanna has made a name for herself as a fashion icon since her debut in 2005. The Barbados-born beauty has already designed her own line with Puma, and according to reports, the Fenty Beauty mogul is set to launch her own luxury fashion house. Speculation of a new […]

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