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The statue of Christopher Columbus in front of Government House.

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Attorney unhappy client is held after protest

AN attorney has decried the arrest of her client who held a two man protest in Rawson Square and outside Government House, saying his rights are being violated. Paul Rolle was arrested on Tuesday after video circulated online of him in front of Chri

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ALICIA WALLACE: There’s more to do than move a statue of Columbus

Every now and then, the conversation about the statue of Christopher Columbus starts again. It generally does not last for a long time, but people weigh in and we end up with the same sets of opinions. Some people think it should be removed from Government House while others think it should stay.

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PETER YOUNG: No country should forget about its past nor allow lawlessness to run free

It comes as no surprise that in Britain increasing numbers of people are genuinely shocked that protests in London and other cities about racism and police brutality across the Atlantic have turned into an attack on their own country’s history and culture.

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‘We should march to force removal of Columbus statue’

REVEREND Sebastian Campbell says Bahamians are too docile and should march to force the removal of the Christopher Columbus statue in front of Government House.


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