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What to Expect from the Trump Camp. 

Ask anyone what they think of Donald Trump and you are guaranteed one of two reactions: “He is great” (I admire his guts, love his strength and honesty) or “he is awful” (he is a disgusting, self-serving bigot and demagogue). When he said, “What have you got to lose?” During the campaign Trump didn’t move many African Americans. He got less than 8 percent of the black vote, while Hillary Clinton ran away with 88 percent, winning 94 percent of black women and 80 percent of black men,

Friday, 27 January 2017 16:09

New Year's Resolutions To Boost Immunity

This New Year, focus on supporting a strong immune system for a happy and healthy 2017.“Building a strong immune system can improve and even extend your life,” says Dr. Larry Robinson, vice president of Scientific Affairs, Embria Health Sciences, a manufacturer of ingredients that support wellness and vitality.

VANCOUVER, Canada – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has called on Caribbean countries to take action and make the necessary investments to make their health systems stronger and more resilient. â€œPreparedness requires more than emergency plans and simulation exercises,” said PAHO director, Dominican Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, in addressing the 4th Global Symposium on Health Systems Research here recently.

  • Title: The Colour of Shadows: Images of Caribbean Slavery. 
  • Author: Judy Raymond. 
  • Publisher: Caribbean Studies Press. 
  • Reviewed by: Dawn A. Davis. 

Trinidadian journalist and scholar Judy Raymond offers a snapshot of life as a slave in the Caribbean during the 19th century. With documentary images from Richard Bridgens, an Englishman who lived in Trinidad during the period and who was a slave owner, “The Colour of Shadows: Images of Caribbean Slavery” unearths details in vivid hues.

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