A young Judson Eneas, jailed in Nashville along with civil rights great John Robert Lewis for protesting against racial segregation in restaurants April 1964


A Nation Is Born – The Definitive Bahamian Independence Album 1973


From the hands of poor negro children picking cotton to Bay Street high fashion store Mademoiselle 1958


National anthem had to be approved by England and that awkward aquamarine we still can’t get right some fifty years later 1973


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