Dr. Mary Shuttleworth

DR. MARY SHUTTLEWORTH (Ed.D.) Born and raised in apartheid South Africa, Mary Shuttleworth saw firsthand the devastating effects of discrimination and lack of basic human rights. As a teenager, she traveled extensively throughout Europe. During her studies and travels, she saw further discrimination and realized that issues of human rights...

Queen Dr Hilary Brown

 Dr. Hilary Brown has been active in the field of regional development for the past 20 years, and is currently the Programme Manager, Culture and Community Development, at the CARICOM Secretariat.  In this position, Dr. Brown is responsible for development, advocacy and integration with respect to the culture, youth and gender...

Prof. Chief Emeritus Gershom Williams Ongaria

Prof. Chief Emeritus Gershom Williams Ongaria is the President of the Diaspora African Kingdoms Alliance Inc (DAKA).  A cultural Historian, Teacher, Bibliophile and a pan African activist.  A professor of African American and United States history at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Arizona.   He taught at the Maricopa Community...

DORBRENE E. O’MARDE

He is chairperson of the government appointed Antigua and Barbuda Reparations Support Commission with mandate, inter alia to: ‘organize activities to include education and awareness programmes concerning reparations for the enslavement of our ancestors and establish links with organizations with similar mandates’. He was recently appointed as an Ambassador-at-large with...

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