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A holiday is granted every year on August 1st in observance of Emancipation Day. This year local activist Aaron Alexander shared his thoughts on how and why changes should be made to underscore the holiday's significance in Saint Lucia.
Meanwhile, Saint Lucians remember former Education minister & Leader of the opposition Arsene James; Prime Minister Allen Chastanet gives an update on Grynberg and current Education Minister Dr. Gale Rigobert says school rehabilitation is off to a late start. Find these stories and more below!
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These new plantations by the sea; a slavery without chains, with no blood spilt—just chain-link fences and signs, the new degradations.”
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A couple weeks ago some nice people invited me to participate in a discussion of Emancipation and “the Search for a Saint Lucian Identity.”
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Mr. Arsene James, the former minister of education and MP for Micoud South, unexpectedly died on Saturday.
On Monday Prime Minister Allen Chastanet reassured reporters the announced investigation into Grynberg and other “smoky issues” will take place.
Hon. Dr. Gale Rigobert gave updates on school rehabilitian projects at Monday’s Pre-Cabinet meeting.