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H.S Junior Already Offered 33 Full-Ride Scholarships

H.S Junior Already Offered 33 Full-Ride Scholarships

| May 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Jahmir Smith As a kid, high school junior Jahmir Smith never had a dream college. But for a number of universities, he’s their dream student. The 17-year-old North Carolina native has already been accepted into all eight Ivy League schools and has received 33 full-ride scholarship offers, according to ABC 11 Eyewitness News. While Smith […]

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Amputees get greater standing in Saint Lucia

Amputees get greater standing in Saint Lucia

| May 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

AMPUTEES GET GREATER STANDING IN SPORTS IN ST LUCIA Programme aims to tackle lack of opportunities for disabled people to get involved in community activities and sport SAINT LUCIA, Castries: Twenty-five coaches, special ed teachers and community youth mentors from across St. Lucia attended a two day workshop to better understand how sport can offer […]

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Six NFL players boycott Israel visit

Six NFL players boycott Israel visit

| February 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

It was supposed to be a feel-good visit by a group of professional football players to give a boost to image-conscious Israel. But in an embarrassing fumble by the Israeli government, only five of 11 NFL players in the delegation showed up after being blitzed by Palestinian activists opposed to the visit. Israel’s ministry for […]

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Paralysed Tae Kwon Do Star Holds On To His Dreams

Paralysed Tae Kwon Do Star Holds On To His Dreams

| February 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

There’s a lot that’s been said about the triumph of the human spirit over adversity, and Oshane Murray is living proof of what a person can overcome when the mind kicks into gear. The 23-year-old was on a clear path to achievement as a former Calabar High School student, attending the University of Technology (UTech) […]

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Nigel Sylvester, born by Grenadian parents, is living his dream

Nigel Sylvester, born by Grenadian parents, is living his dream

| January 31, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nigel Sylvester was raised in a strict Grenadian household in the Southside area of Jamaica Queens but his story is different from the typical stories we read about people of Caribbean descent. In a uniquely intimate conversation with VICE Autobiographies, Nigel Sylvester shares the pivotal moment that ignited his rise in the world of BMX and the […]

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THE PRO BALLER COMMITTED TO GIVING BACK

THE PRO BALLER COMMITTED TO GIVING BACK

| January 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nigel Byam was born and raised in Brooklyn with strong Caribbean roots. Spending ample amount of time in his parents birthplace of Grenada “My whole life going to Grenada growing up was the highlight of my childhood. I went to school in Brooklyn, New York. As soon as school was over in June, I was […]

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Young St Lucian Football Player Is A Great Youth Leader and Inspiration

Young St Lucian Football Player Is A Great Youth Leader and Inspiration

| December 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

23 Year Old David Henry is from St Lucia. He is a football player but beyond that the people around him seems to admire his dedication and hard work. It is must feel good when ordinary people around you say good things about you-in a genuine way. That’s what happen in the video below as […]

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‘I am Bolt’ a boost for brand Jamaica, PM says

‘I am Bolt’ a boost for brand Jamaica, PM says

| December 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

KINGSTON, Jamaica  – Prime Minister Andrew Holness has hailed ‘I Am Bolt’, the film documenting the life and successes of track and field icon Usain Bolt, as a big hit for Brand Jamaica. “Usain Bolt is now Jamaica’s biggest ambassador. His personality, his ability to draw people to him (and) his showmanship have really given […]

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This Bahamian Basketball Player Revealed In This Video His Wish For His Mom

This Bahamian Basketball Player Revealed In This Video His Wish For His Mom

| November 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn, Jr grew up in Nassau Bahamas, today he plays basketball for  Michigan State Spartans. But for Nairn playing Basketball is not only a dream come through but an opportunity to give back to his mom and his family. Nairn’s mom went through a difficult pregnancy with Nairn and was in a […]

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The dignity of the Obamas

The dignity of the Obamas

| November 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

As Barack Obama’s presidency of the United States of America enters its final weeks, there are tens of millions of people in America and across the world who already feel a great sense of loss. That sense will be heightened even more on January 20 when he walks out the doors of the White House […]

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