It is my distinct pleasure to invite you to become involved in Financial Information Month – an upcoming, and very important undertaking which will take place during the month of October, and which should be of great interest to us all. This wide range of events, initiatives, and activities will be taking place in St. Kitts-Nevis, and indeed throughout the countries of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union, as our Governments, the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, and a range of other entities come together to strengthen the financial underpinnings of our region and our people. Continue reading →
Hon Joseph Parry with members of the Leeds Nevisian Community
Premier of Nevis, the Hon. Joseph W. Parry along with a delegation that has just completed a tour of three English cities, worshiped on Sunday with the largely St. Kitts-Nevis congregation, at the Roscoe Methodist Church in Leeds.
The Premier who was very welcomed by the congregation, got up and thanked the members of the church for their warmth and embracing manner shown to him and his team. Continue reading →
The Jamaican Kittitian (JamKit) Association, an Association of Jamaicans and friends of Jamaicans living in St Kitts & Nevis (SKN), is in the process of planning a series of activities in the Federation to commemorate Jamaica’s 50th Anniversary of Political Independence.
The first public Event on the Calendar of Activities for Jamaica 50 St Kitts & Nevis Celebrations will be the Launch of the Jamaica 50 SKN Essay Competition which will have three (3) categories of participants/entrants. Primary School Students, High School Students and Young Adults (16 to 25 years old). Continue reading →
The Reparations Train is Not Coming – The Argument Against Reparations By Russell Williams
The recent presentation by renowned activist and lawyer, Michael Lorne on Reparations for the National Slave Route Project and as part of St. Kitts-Nevis History and Heritage Month activities, presented a rather unique and compelling perspective.
While the descendants of those who were enslaved are undoubtedly owed an unreserved apology, for the abomination that was slavery from all states who benefited from the trade, this apology should go much further than the “statement of deep sorrow” offered by former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2006. Continue reading →