UNITY IN DIVERSITY

UNITY IN DIVERSITY

By Avellon Williams BRIDGETOWN- BARBADOS – The Prime Minister (PM) of Barbados; Mia Mottley has called on Barbadians to respect each other’s views regarding the issue of vaccination. Recognizing that this is a very divisive issue, Ms. Mottley stated that she is of the firm view that vaccination should be ‘Voluntary and not Mandatory’.   […]

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 TO VACCINATE OR NOT VACCINATE

TO VACCINATE OR NOT VACCINATE

Avellon Williams PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD – The problem of vaccine hesitancy or outright vaccine rejection is not unique to the Caribbean. This is a worldwide phenomenon. Whether it is religious, health or the myriad heaps of misinformation peddled on social media, the inescapable reality is, that several people are just refusing to be vaccinated. […]

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 T&T TRADE UNION HAS FAILED THEIR WORKERS

T&T TRADE UNION HAS FAILED THEIR WORKERS

By Avellon Williams Workers in Trinidad and Tobago have been feeling a keen sense of betrayal by their respective representative trade unions during these harsh economic times wrought upon them due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Public Services Association (PSA) elected representative for the St Ann’s Hospital, Preston George, is one of the union members […]

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 HAITI 2021 AFTERMATH EARTHQUAKE

HAITI 2021 AFTERMATH EARTHQUAKE

Avellon Williams (Trinidad and Tobago) “Haiti we’re sorry,” The words of a song penned/ sung by Trinidad and Tobago Soca singer David Rudder, can best be used to describe the plight of our French speaking Caribbean brothers and sisters at this moment. While the Western media is focused on the situation in Afghanistan and the […]

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