Foundation on top . . . School takes first place in US Embassy’s Black History Month Speech Competition

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Six secondary schools from across Barbados participated in the US Embassy’s Black History Month Secondary School Speech Competition. Students delivered outstanding speeches on a variety of topics related to issues surrounding race, African American film and sport from the Liberal Arts Auditorium at the Barbados Community College. Fourth-form student from the Christ Church Foundation School […]

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