It is back to school for some students – well actually Wednesday [tomorrow] for those sitting Common Entrance Exams this year and for fifth formers. It’s also day two [officially] into the hurricane season and so far, two down – Arthur and Bertha.CBR_issue_577
We’re half-way into 2020 – and quite a bit has happened and from all indications, a lot more to happen, with a rapidly unveiling of another face/phase of America. And, like COVID-19, yet another ‘underlying’ condition unraveling the realities that must be addressed once and for all – not by a million task-forces, workshops, seminars and a trillion webinars – but by ‘measurable action/progress’ for all.
ALL LIVES MATTER.
And then there is the most consequential elections ever for the planet. It’s in November or whenever. And St. Lucia probably in October or ‘whenever’ -but actually due mid 2021. So its not over. Plus we have the hurricane season. Cristobal waiting on the horizon.
And, yes, we do have Parliament today – from 10:00am – see some of the details in today’s CBR.
And a programme [positive] note – a female entrepreneur/graphic artiste/designer – Signa Greaves-Francis earlier this year released a coffee table book celebrating 40 women who have made a major contribution to the arts. The majority earn a living through the creative sector.
The programme was repeated last nigh but you can view it right here.
In the meantime, here are this week’s main stories.
Do have a productive week. Stay safe.