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A Pilgrimage to Pearson

NEW YORK - In 1988, a scholarship to study for an International Baccalaureate diploma in British Columbia, Canada, took me away from the comforts of home in Barbados at 16 and literally and figuratively changed the trajectory of my life.   

Pearson College is located along the forested shores of the Pacific Ocean at Pedder Bay.

GONE, NOT FORGOTTEN: Track Watchers Laud Bolt’s Global Impact

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania - Nearly two years have passed since Usain Bolt’s final competitive appearance on the global stage. But fans attending the recent Penn Relays here, where the Jamaican last raced in 2010, still welcomed the timely tip-of-the-hat to the former sprint sensation.

Bolt’s pose and personality buoyed track and field.

SLAVE REPARATIONS: U.S. Owes Descendants of Africa an Enormous Debt

NEW YORK – The National African American Reparations Commission (NAARC) has welcomed the support of United States lawmakers who have publicly expressed support for legislation on reparations for slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade that is being championed by U.S. Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.


Kids Can Explore New Adventures and Budding Interests at Miami-Dade Parks' "We Have a Camp for That!" Summer Camps

MIAMI —No matter your child's thirst for adventure or budding interests, they can enjoy being artists, athletes, cheerleaders, nature detectives, and so much more, all summer long while enjoying the pure fun of just being kids. The Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department’s “We Have a Camp for That!” summer program offers a bounty of kids’ “favorite things,” ensuring their school break is thrilling and memorable. 

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