by Rickey Singh
TALK OF "ethnic cleansing" and "genocide", used occasionally by reckless or frustrated political elements in our Caribbean Community, belong to the lexicon of a diseased political culture that have had horrible manifestations in what was once Yugoslavia and in a few African states.
In our region, we are accustomed to learning, or worse, experiencing, cases of discrimination based on ethnicity and, to a lesser extent, nationality. However strong the claims of such discrimination, the familiar refrain from officialdom has been "not true". Read full article