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Tuesday, Mar 02, 2021

Radiance Donovan wins Rotary’s Summer Reading Challenge

The winners of the Rotary Club Sunrise of Road Town’s Summer Reading Challenge have been announced, following the prize drawing on August 31, 2020.
Radiance Donovan was declared the winner of the Challenge, reading a total of 25 books.

She received an iPad.

According to the Rotary Club Sunrise of Road Town’, Radiance claimed she read more than 25 books because she was also reading online but her mother only counted what she saw.

Jozan Mckenzie was the second-place winner.

She received a kindle, compliments of Klass Electronics.

For the Summer Reading Challenge, children in preschool and primary school were challenged to complete certain reading challenges and state how many books they read.

Quote of the Day

That post exemplifies the root of the problem - a historical legacy of centuries of propaganda based on the premise of European racial supremacy. It portrays the white colonial master that is the savior to the ever thankful poor black slave. Thank God, I’m an emancipated African - and I don’t worship at the feet of white gods - the Queen or the Governor, who are simply relics of outmoded colonialism built on the tenets of racist institutions of white supremacy that colonized and enslaved Africans for centuries.

As Bob Marley said, “Emancipate yourself from mental slavery,” because sometimes, “shit is just shit!”

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