First black Britons

Black Britons – who are the first?

The First Black Britons reveals a dramatic and compelling 3-part story; brought to life by historical characters and a wealth of visual and document sources.

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Race in America

‘Why do you think Romney has such a lead among whites?’ asked The Washington Post, as if racial prejudice isn’t part of America’s history and daily life?

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On Being a Big Man in Ghana

Big Man / Small Boy in Ghana

Two men beside me are talking very loudly, but I don’t understand what they’re saying. Not even enough to know if they’re talking about me. Another man has joined. They are definitely not talking about me – at least not now. They seem not even to notice my presence. Am I a ghost, a mere shadow of my former self?

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Cattle at Bodles

Bodles Research Centre and Banna Breeding Station Left To Rot

Who would know that this little plot of land in the heart of Saint Catherine, Jamaica, was once home to the first examples of genetically bred cattle anywhere in the world?

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Usain Bolt fastest man in the world

Usain Bolt: Fastest Man on Earth

Superheroes normally come from out of this world, but at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China, the world discovered a new Superman from right here on Earth.

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Bodles Banana Breeding Station

Bodles Revisted

Revisiting the scene of a distant memory can be a tricky business. One is never quite sure, if the ghost is you, or if the place is ghostly. The net effect of this is like wandering through a dream wide awake, very eerie.

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No, Chance UK

No, Chance UK

Chance UK provides community-based child and parent mentoring programmes. They are committed to reducing vulnerability and exclusion by targeting 5-11 year…

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Minister Pierre

The Fall of Minister Pierre

The Right Honourable Phillip J. Pierre (MP) on sustainable tourism and economic development in Saint Lucia.

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