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St. Kitts-Nevis Opposition Leader to deliver lecture on slavery

by STAFF WRITER

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten, Jun 26, CMC – Former St. Kitts-Nevis prime minister is to deliver the Third Annual Emancipation Day Lecture at the University of St. Martin (USM) on July 1.

 

Douglas, who has been invited by the Independence for St. Martin Foundation (ISMF), will speak on the theme, “The Realities of Independence”.

“It is an honour to have the former prime minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis accept our invitation and to share with the people of St. Maarten in the critical, behind the scenes, first hand and collective experiences of the most recent nation in the Caribbean to gain political independence,” said ISMF President Joseph H. Lake, Jr.

The Opposition Leader is also expected to participate in other activities marking the occasion including cultural activities celebrating the island-wide emancipation of slavery here in 1848.

 

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PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten, Jun 26, CMC – Former St. Kitts-Nevis prime minister is to deliver the Third Annual Emancipation Day Lecture at the University of St. Martin (USM) on July 1.

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Douglas, who has been invited by the Independence for St. Martin Foundation (ISMF), will speak on the theme, “The Realities of Independence”.

“It is an honour to have the former prime minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis accept our invitation and to share with the people of St. Maarten in the critical, behind the scenes, first hand and collective experiences of the most recent nation in the Caribbean to gain political independence,” said ISMF President Joseph H. Lake, Jr.

The Opposition Leader is also expected to participate in other activities marking the occasion including cultural activities celebrating the island-wide emancipation of slavery here in 1848.