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It's another Saturday Morning and Caribbean Global Voices is right on cue to meet your expectations with the usual formula of inspiration, entertainment, sports, commentary, a little conversation and hopefully a whole lot of fun to start your day. In the absence of host Ivor Henry, Cardinal Mills will be your host and try to fill those big shoes of the little man. But of course, it is you the wonderful fans who will make this great. So join the conversation and tell us what you want to talk about or just sit back and enjoy the fun.
You are familiar with the famous Caribbean Summer Festival kicking off with the St. Kitts Music Festival, Jamaica Reggae Sunsplash, Carnival in Antigua and Anguilla, Crop Over in Barbados and Culturama in Nevis. Some people say it is a celebration of Emancipation. What do you really think?
Can religious speech be hate speech? The Oglala Lakota Nation Tribal Counsel seem to think so. And, they have the evidence to prove it. They have voted to exclude the "Jesus is King Mission" from tribal lands on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation because the message of this Christian Mission condemns and demonizes Lakota spirituality and religion. Their leader Matt Monfore says he is not racist. "I love Native Americans I am against Native religion I am not against Native People".
It was election day in St. Kitts Nevis yesterday. Want to talk about the results? Tell us what they are and what you think. Join us we promise, you will enjoy the fun.