Consciousness Advocate Rebecca Lake claims social media has played a significant role in ensuring that we as a black race feel incomplete in our natural state, and it is time that we create our own narrative
Social media has played a significant role in ensuring that we as a black race feel incomplete in our natural state, and sits time we create our own narrative of beauty. That’s according to Spirituality and Consciousness Advocate Rebecca Lake, on Thursday’s Youth On Q show.
Consciousness Advocate, Rebecca Lake.
Meantime, Dominican Pan Africanist Mclean Williams spoke on the economic benefit for those pushing this agenda, and it’s a multi-billion-dollar platform.
Dominican Pan-Africanist, Mclean Williams
Caribbean Black People too often sell themselves short, and it is high time that we apply the lessons learnt from the mistakes of our ancestors, says FIFA Certified Coach and Youth Advocate Jordan Luke
Caribbean Black People too often sell themselves short, and it is high time that we apply the lessons learnt from the mistakes of our ancestors, says Entrepreneur, FIFA Certified Coach and Youth Advocate, Jordan Luke.
Luke revisited the pages of Dominican history where the negmawon revolutionary mind set off ‘doing for self’ and helping their fellow man, and stated that these acts saw us arrive at a level of independence. He spoke on applying leadership on to contemporary times.
Entrepreneur FIFA Certified Coach & Youth Advocate, Jordan Luke
University Administrator, Professor, and Pan-Africanist, Dr. Leonard Jeffries Jr, labels unity of members of the Head organizers at a Pan African Conference on reparations for Blacks, as that of a brotherhood
University Administrator, Professor, and Pan-Africanist, Dr. Leonard Jeffries Jr, labels the unity of the members of the Head organizers at Pan African Conference on reparations for Blacks, as that of a brotherhood.While speaking on Q95’s Global View on Q program, earlier this week, Dr. Jeffries summarized how this major event ‘pulled through’. And his contribution to that particular movement.
University Administrator, Professor, and Pan-Africanist, Dr. Leonard Jeffries Jr.
Produce Chemist attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, Anna Marie Seraphine-Alexander notes pesticides are used for farming, and asks the wider public to use the chemicals wisely, to safeguard their health
Dominica has always been scientifically dubbed as a conducive bedrock for Farming and Agro-processing. Representing the Pesticide Control Board, and Produce Chemist attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, Anna Marie Seraphine-Alexander notes that pesticides are not only used in farming, and champions the wider public to use the chemical appropriately, in order to safeguard their health.
Produce Chemist attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, Anna Marie Seraphine-Alexander.
Police lay the charge of ‘Incitement to commit treason’ against Brian Linton today for a statement he made on 13th October 2020,and his brother, Opposition leader Lennox Linton asks where are police headed
The charge of Incitement to commit treason was laid against Brian Linton by the Dominica Police Force today.This was revealed by his brother, Lennox Linton, who is the Leader of the Opposition. Brian was picked by police on Wednesday Morning and is said to be still in police custody.
The charge was triggered by statements made by Brian via Radio, while speaking on ensuring that the needs of the people ofMarigot were met with satisfaction; something that many in the community felt had not been the case for some time.This charge of incitement to commit treason needs to spark some serious questioning as to the direction in which the Dominica police force is headed, says Brian’s brotheropposition leader Lennox Linton.
He said he and his brothers are soldiers, and these injustices need to end, as the evil against Dominica is in the abuse of its resources.
Leader of the Opposition Lennox Linton.
The Sports Division has selected 44 students to participate in a Google Virtual Volleyball Coaching Clinicby Mr David Toussaint and Mr Reginald Thomas, Volleyball coaches at the Sports Division
The Sports Division has selected the following students to participate in a Virtual Volleyball Coaching Clinic.The Clinic will be held virtually via Google Meet and will commence on Wednesday 2nd March 2022 from 3pm.Sessions will be conducted by Mr. David Toussaint and Mr. Reginald Thomas, Volleyball coaches at the Sports Division.Further details will be provided to participants at the first session.
1.Kyle Fountaine – ITSS 1.Hallie Christmas - DSC
2.Bill Fredrick – ITSS 2.Shante Julien - DSC
3.Norrison Peltier – SMA 3. Jernella Lewis - DSC
4.Robert Guiste – SMA 4. Adeola Xavier - CHS
5.Carlos Bernard – SMA 5. Kelda Sorhaindo - CHS
6.Lequante Alphonse – DGS 6. Shakima Sorhaindo - ITSS
7.Conrod St.Hilaire – DGS 7. Delixanne St. Hilaire - ITSS
8.Yackim Jno.Baptiste – CBSS 8. Joannie Pascal - NECS
9.Yazee Graneau – CBSS 9. Shardai Daniel - NECS
10.Larian Tullock – CBSS 10.Janica Dominique - DGS
11.Jean rick Joseph – GSS 11. Ulisha Registe - DGS
12.Justin Jude – GSS 12. Roiessa Ferdinand - DGS
13.Jaheim Mitchel – GSS 13. Mahla Williams - PSS
14.Jovannie Isles – GSS 14. Lemyah Forde - PSS
15.Milner Trotter – Orion 15. Safiya McPherson - PSS
16.CJ Charles – Orion 16. Shermina Fountaine - Orion
17.Sanjay Robinson – Orion 17. Jolie-Ann James - WHS
18.Marshall Robinson – Orion 18. Zahir Langford - WHS
19.Tyron Christopher – PSS 19. Emani Joseph - WHS
20.Tyrese Christopher – PSS 20. Leann Danae. I. Registe - WHS
21.Kallem Valerie - PSS
22.Mervin Mingo - NECS
23.Jalen Dorsette - NECS
24.Jazz Maxwell – Orion
Pan-Africanist, Scholar, Activist, Dynamic Professor & Organizational Consultant Dr James Smalls touts his views on black people’s legacies & their pioneering contributions to the Global Community
The celebration of Black History Month continues on the Global View on Q hosted by Sheridan Gregoire (Mr. G) on Tuesday February 22, 2022, and Pan-Africanist, Scholar, Activist, Dynamic speaker, Professor & Organizational Consultant, Dr James Smalls touted his views on black people’s legacies and their pioneering contributions to the Global Community, dating back before the western world began its ‘Civilization Agenda’.
Dr Smalls referenced quotes of Plato’s acknowledgement of Black People’s contribution to the foundations of science which he says is still heavily relied upon, by today’s greatest minds.
Dr Smalls explained that the contribution of Black Ethiopians to the Scientific Global Community is unmatched in Medicine, Writing, Geometry, Astrology & Arithmetic.
Pan-Africanist, Scholar, Activist, Dynamic Motivational Speaker, Professor & Organizational Consultant, Dr James Smalls.
Police investigations are continuing into the latest homicide whereby a Chinese national named Zhang Zhaopeng, a businessman, succumbed to injuries sustained tohis head on February 22, 2022
Police investigations are said to be continuing into the latest homicide whereby a Chinese national named Zhang Zhaopeng, a businessman, succumbed to injuries sustained to his head on February 22, 2022.
Videos are said to have surfaced on February 22, 2022, showing Mr Zhaopeng in the community of Marigot where he owns a business, with blood gushing from a wound in his head.
Sources also indicated that Mr Zhaopeng was later transported to the Dominica China Friendship Hospital (DCFH) where he succumbed to the injuries. Meantime, Police sources confirmed that an investigation into this matter is ongoing, and individuals are in custody assisting with the investigation.
An official release from the Chinese Embassy expressed sadness over the matter and stated, “The Chinese Embassy attaches great importance to, and will continue to follow this incident. We hope the government and police of Dominica will continue to protect the safety of Chinese nationals here”.
Q95 will bring you more on this matter as it becomes available.
Judgment is delivered in a case from Dominica in an appeal involving a dispute over the sale of two parcels of land owned by Mr Angel Peter Andrew
Judgement was delivered in this case from Dominica where an appeal involving a dispute on the sale of two parcels of land owned by Mr. Angel Peter Andrew under a power of attorney granted to his sister, Gloria Shillingford, and payment allegedly made by her in relation to the lands, including certain payments made by Gloria to two connected parties. Attorney Jody Luke of Lennox Laurence Chambers appeared for the appellant, and Attorney Michael Bruney appeared for the respondent. The appeal was against concurrent findings of fact by the Trial Judge Mr. Justice Cottle.
The court found that the Dominant issue of law in the courts was that Gloria Shillingford has no Authority to engage Hillary and grant him the exclusive right to sell their lands for a period of six months. The courts applied the Maxim ‘delegatus non-protest delegate', whereby a delegate cannot delegate,&found that the power of attorney given to Gloria had given her no authority to make the exclusive agreement with Hillary.
The courts therefore dismissed the appeal and affirmed the decisions of the courts and ordered that Gloria Pay Angel Basic Costs.
Summary Judgement read by Justice Barrow.
DAIC claims that despite many challenges in Dominica over the years, the chamber has provided numerous opportunities to the membership and wider private sector
In celebration of the DAIC’s 49th Anniversary, Executive Director Lizra Fabien noted that despite many challenges over the years, the DAIC has provided numerous opportunities to the membership and wider private sector. She went on to highlight 10 of the opportunities it sourced for itself and members over the years.
The fourth opportunity was the support to members from DAIC, in accessing training, business development, scholarships, grants and other funding opportunities. Fabien continued further.
Executive Director of the DAIC, Lizra Fabien.
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