Do what’s right, Bajans urged
BARBADIANS have been given a tongue-lashing by a leading clergyman.
Bishop Gerry Seale came out strongly in response to Barbadians remaining “silent” in the face of a “distressing reputation” the country was bearing over claimed racial and nationality discrimination against fellow citizens of the Caribbean Community.
Barbadian-born Seale, general secretary of the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean, was delivering a sermon yesterday on spiritual renewal and social responsibility at The People’s Cathedral, Bishop’s Court Hill, St Michael.
Challenging Barbadians to “do what’s right” in the interest of rescuing the proud reputation of Barbados as a decent, civilized nation of the Caribbean, Seale made specific references to what he denounced as “immoral and unspiritual ethnic and nationality discrimination” that had affected mainly Guyanese and Jamaicans, but also extended to other CARICOM?nationals.
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