Caribbean Report 24-10-1990

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Caribbean Report 24-10-1990

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Title: Caribbean Report 24-10-1990
Author: Crosskill, Hugh (anchor); King, Peter (interviewee); Waldrop, George (interviewee); Goffe, Leslie (correspondent); Mark, Ernest (interviewee); Allan, Winston (interviewee); Bryan, Patrick (interviewee)
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1. Headlines (00:00-00:32)
2. Textile and apparel producers in the developing world have agreed on a joint approach at the Uruguayan Round negotiations taking place in Geneva. Major producers in the developed countries have given up their objections to the Caribbean countries having preferential treatment and access. Interview with Peter King, Chairman of the Caribbean and Central American Textile Council (00:36-06:30)
3. Immigration officials in Miami state that a dramatic rise in Haitian children entering the country signifies an organized child smuggling ring. Comments from George Waldrop, Assistant District Director of US Immigration and Naturalization Services (06:31-09:11)
4. How significant is the influence of Marcus Garvey, Jamaica’s black nationalist leader, fifty years after his death? Comments from Ernest Mark, former member of Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association; Winston Allan, Principal of Marcus Garvey Secondary School in St. Ann’s parish, the birth place of Garvey; and Professor Patrick Bryan, UWI Mona (09:12-15:08)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/39225
Date: 1990-10-24


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