Nearly 1,000 people gathered in Naples Saturday for the second annual Women's March--exactly one year since President Donald Trump's inauguration. It was hosted by Collier Freedom.
WGCU's Quincy Walters reports women, men, children and even dogs carried signs, reading "Black Lives Matter" and "Grab Em By The Polls". Several wore the iconic crude pink hats that debuted at last year's Women's March in Washington D.C., the day after Trump was sworn into office.
Read more, and check out more photos at wgcunews.org. Link in bio. #Photo collage: Various signs from the Naples #WomensMarch2018, via Quincy Walters on Twitter.
Time to lock up vote buyers, Comissiong says - https://goo.gl/a5bFUV
President of the Clement Payne Movement David Comissiong has urged authorities to make the prevention of vote buying a national priority ahead of upcoming general elections.
In fact, he is challenging the island’s two main political parties – the Democratic Labour Party and the Barbados Labour P
Beware of credit rating agencies, warns MP James Paul - https://www.barbadostoday.bb/2018/01/22/beware-of-credit-rating-agencies-warns-mp-james-paul/
Barbadians are being told to be wary of regional and international credit rating agencies, as these entities only seek to exploit the country.
This message comes from the ruling Democratic Labour Party Member of Parliament for St Michael West Central James Paul, just 11 days after
NUPW not backing down from wage fight - https://www.barbadostoday.bb/2018/01/22/nupw-not-backing-down-from-wage-fight/
Barbados has not seen the end of the battle by the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW) to secure a salary increase for its members.
Against the backdrop of heavy criticism of its decision to stage a national shutdown last Thursday and Friday, NUPW president Akanni McDowall has made it clear
Lisa Newman holds her grandson, Blaze Keim, at their Kenton Village apartment.
They will travel to Philadelphia on Sunday where next week at Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania, Blaze will begin the latest in a series of treatments for the leukemia he has battled for the past seven years.
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