Longer, but still not long enough.
That’s one of the complaints coming out of yesterday’s two-hour demonstration which began at Kensington Oval and concluded in Independence Square, The City.
After hundreds made the march for the second attempt to join in solidarity with the black civil rights activists in the United States following the premature end last Saturday’, organiser and general secretary of the Caribbean Movement for Peace and Integration, David Denny, complained that the Royal Barbados Police Force called for the end of the rally at 1 p.m..
“I will be back next week. This is clear cut and it’s similar to what happened last week. Don’t care what we do as long as we remain peaceful, we will still receive police brutality,” Denny said to the boisterous crowd.
In response, the crowd shouted: “This is not enough! This is not enough!” (TG)
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