African heritage plea
ACCESS TO FUNDING continues to stifle the progress of the pan-African movement.
Both the chairman of the Pan African Coalition of Organisations, Rev. Onkphra Wells and director of African Heritage Foundation Leah Clarke said money was one of major causes hindering them getting their message out to the community, including schools and churches.
They were speaking yesterday at Blenheim Pasture following the annual Emancipation Day Walk.
“We could scream as loud as we want but unless we have the resources to make it mainstream in terms of having national policies – in schools, at churches – that won’t happen as yet,” Wells said. (TG)
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