Category: Plato’s newspaper review

Exhibiting Africans like animals in Norway’s Human Zoo

Exhibiting Africans like animals in Norway’s Human Zoo

| May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Africa news. Next week in Norway a ‘human zoo’ will open, a re-enactment of the voyeurist exhibitions of Africans that took place during the colonial era. The organizers aim to spark discussions on the legacy of racism and colonialism, but have they overlooked the pain and humiliation this may bring to Africans worldwide, and the […]

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Plato’s BVI Newspaper (Island Sun) Review 1

Plato’s BVI Newspaper (Island Sun) Review 1

| June 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

A Village Square Plato’s newspaper review of the Island Sun A West Indian village square thinker reviews the local, regional, and global news. This week’s review looks at the local sex industry and criminal gangs in the British Virgin Islands, through the prism of the Island Sun Newspaper of April 21, 2012 Now this Layman […]

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Plato’s BVI Newspaper (BVI Standpoint) Review – 1

Plato’s BVI Newspaper (BVI Standpoint) Review – 1

| May 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

A review of the BVI Standpoint of May 10, 2012, looks at Her Majesty’s Prison, gardening in the British Virgin Islands, and a wonderful daughter of Salt Island called ‘Clementine’  The BVI Standpoint is one of the national newspapers of the British Virgin Islands.  And HER MAJESTY’S PRISON, a critical part of the Country’s social […]

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Plato’s BVI Newspaper (BVI Beacon) Review – 1

Plato’s BVI Newspaper (BVI Beacon) Review – 1

| May 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

This week’s newspaper review of the BVI Beacon of April 19, 2012, looks at garbage, motorcycles, communal safety, and Virgin Islands cruise ship guests Reading a newspaper is not simply a looking for news, or searching out the interesting story. It is so much more.  A newspaper is a looking glass into any community and […]

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