Senator Annette Sanford hopes that next year more students from schools in the Kalinago territory will be wearing their indigenous outfits for Creole Day
Senator Annette Sanford says the actions of the Prime Minister in parliament earlier this week has not only affected her, but young Kalinago individuals interested in entering politics as well. She says the attitude displayed in parliament is discouraging.
Sanford was addressing an alcoholism stereotype directed by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit against her.
Sanford advises young individuals not to give up on their dreams of becoming a parliamentarian.
On a different note, Sanford also highlighted the Concord Primary School for wearing their indigenous wear for Creole Day for the first time in Dominica’s history. “As we continue to embrace our identity and appreciate our culture, let’ keep our heads high”.
She expressed her hope that next year more students from schools in the Kalinago territory will be wearing their indigenous outfits.
Kalinago Senator, Annette Sanford
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