Through various professional contacts with Cuban academic and cultural institutions, professor Rosana Herrero, from the Faculty of Humanities, UWI Cave Hill Campus, made an interesting working tour to Cuba between January 8 to 17, 2018, which it gives relevance to the Memorandum of Understanding that was signed by the rectors of Cave Hill Campus and the University of Havana last November 2017, during the opening session of the II Colloquium on the Legacy of Fidel Castro, in which she presented an exposition comprised by pieces of the Cuban painter Victor Mora.(Read more).
In a written Statement by socialists and panafricanists popular forces of Barbados, gathered in a meeting held in Bridgetown on January 13, 2018, which was submitted to the Caribbean civil society, was finally approved by 200 organisations and personalities, declaring US President Donald Trump as “Persona-Non-Grata” in the Caribbean.
We, the under-signed representatives of the sovereign people of the Caribbean, hereby declare that President Donald Trump of the United States of America is "Persona Non Grata" in our Caribbean region!
The Coalition of Pan-Africanist Organizations, which in Barbados is an active part of the Solidarity with Cuba Movement, dedicated the last day of its annual Kwanza program to celebrate the Triumph of the Cuban Revolution and the new anniversary of the Independence of Haiti. Led by Panafricanist David Denny, President of the Barbados-Cuba Friendship Association, political-cultural activity took place in the community of Haynesville.
Chaired by the Minister of Tourism of Barbados, Richard Sealy, the Caribbean Wax Museum was reopened in Bridgetown by its directors Frances Ross and Art Edwards, who are also the artists of this emblematic place, including new works that represent various heroes of the Caribbean and Latin America. The Ambassador of Cuba, Francisco Fernández, was invited to the ceremony in which he highlighted the sculptures of Commanders Fidel Castro and Ernesto "Ché" Guevara, who were recognized by the distinct audience as visionary leaders of our independence.
The Ministers of Foreign Affairs and the Heads of Delegations of the member countries of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America - Treaty of Commerce of the Peoples (ALBA-TCP), met in Havana, Cuba, on the occasion of its XVI Political Council and approved a very substantive Declaration that expresses the firm position of its member countries in the face of the main problems and challenges facing the Latin American and Caribbean region, caused by the aggressive imperialist policy of the Trump Administration that has focused on return to the threat of the use of force in intern