Caribbean Report 13-05-1997

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Caribbean Report 13-05-1997

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Title: Caribbean Report 13-05-1997
Author: Gordon, Warren (anchor); Grant, Jennifer (correspondent); Smith, Colin (correspondent); James, David (interviewee); Ninvalle, Pete (correspondent); O'Brien, Michael (interviewee); Abbott, Diane (interviewee); Grant, Bernie (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:29)
2. President Clinton's proposed improvement of NAFTA dismissed by a leading expert on Caribbean trade. David Jessep, Head of the Caribbean Council for Europe is interviewed (00:30-05:46)
3. A question of survival as Amazonian Indian groups talk over their future. David James of the Amerindian Peopels Association of Guyana is interviewed (05:41-08:01)
4. Nominations close in St. Lucia today ahead of general electlons on the 23rd of this month (08:02-10:24)
5. A British government poised to introduce the country's first laws against racial harassment and violence. Michael O'Brien, Home Office Minister and Black MPs Bernie Grant and Diane Abbott are interviewed (10:25-14:26)
6. Former English coach manager Ray Illingworth has been accused of making controversial comments regarding race (14:27-15:25)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/21436
Date: 1997-05-13


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