As Negroes Realised Political Power, Bahama Friendly Society and Anglo-African League Engage in a Public War of Words on Emancipation Day 1888

By 1888, it had been approximately fifty years, since the early end of slave apprenticeship. Many changes to the negro consciousness had occurred during this half century. The negro, in Continue Reading

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A Black Middle Class Long Before 1967 Challenges Narrative Of Total Abject Poverty For Bahamian Negroes

A Bahamian black middle class existed long before Majority Rule in 1967. Albeit, this social and economic class did not number in the substantial figures we see today. Nevertheless, there Continue Reading

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A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats – Progressive Liberalism in The Bahamas 1967

For The Bahamas, since January 1967, Progressive Liberalism it can be said, became the first organised political ideology. It remains so. Progressive Liberalism was ushered in, by the political party Continue Reading

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