Archive for August, 2014

Marina Silva – Presidential candidate for Brazil’s Socialist Party

David Rudder – Bahai girl.

Marina Silva – Presidential candidate for Brazil’s Socialist Party

Maria Silva

Maria Silva- Presidential Candidate – Brazil’s Socialist Party

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Environmentalist Marina Silva announced Wednesday that she will be the new presidential candidate for Brazil’s Socialist Party a week after its previous candidate was killed in a plane crash.

Silva, who had been Eduardo Campos’ vice presidential running mate, met with members of the party in Brasilia who officially approved her as the new candidate.

The decision was widely expected. Party members and Silva’s associates had said over the weekend that the main leaders had already chosen her to run in Campos’ place. Continue reading

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TWO COMPELLING AND COMPASSIONATE ONES PASS ON

Jason Nelson – I Am

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TWO COMPELLING AND COMPASSIONATE ONES PASS ON

They both lived in New York and separately maintained homes and delivered charitable works in their respective communities.

Last week a Cousin Agnes Grant 94, was laid to rest the morning after the traditional; and all night celebration of Soiree. Over the last fifty years Cousin Agnes was the principal organizer of this Creole festival in Hopetown held the first Monday in August annually.

“Cow Fly”: Equally compelling and compassionate is an original Buxton man who in his adult years shifted his domicile to Victoria where he had a second mortgage.  Continue reading

THREE SOMALIS CAPTURE BLACK SCHOLARSHIPS IN OTTAWA

Bob Marley: Africa Unite

THREE SOMALIS CAPTURE BLACK SCHOLARSHIPS IN OTTAWA

Three Somali nationals and a native from Haiti have captured for the first time scholarship money originally conceptualized for young natives from the English speaking Caribbean.
The black scholarship program in Ottawa coincides with Caribana was initiated in 1994 by Trinidad born medical practitioner in Ottawa Dr Christiane Alexis.

To date four students every Year have been awarded about six thousand dollar each to help defray academic expenses while they pursue higher learning. Continue reading