This documentary examines the origins of the Transatlantic slave trade which took place across the Atlantic Ocean between the 16th and 19th centuries. Slavery in the New World was one of the largest forced human migration in recorded history. Part 1 Part 2 Related articles Slavery Alive and Well in the World (lawprofessors.typepad.com) Slavery by… Continue reading Journey through Slavery
A PANORAMIC HISTORY OF EL CAYO Presenters: Dr. Jaime Awe - An Anthropological History Don Hector Silva - A Political History Melanie Smith - A Sociological History Mr. Alfonso Tzul - Agricultural Economy 7 p.m. December 7th, 2012 Octavia Waight Conference Center For more information contact: Melanie Smith-604-7924
At the core of Guatemala's claim to Belizean territory is the Anglo-Guatemalan Treaty of 1859. From the British point of view, the agreement simply declared the boundaries of an area Britain already ruled. Those boundaries still exist today. From the Guatemalan point of view, which was developed after the agreement was signed, it was a… Continue reading Did you know …Why still a claim?
For 13 years during the secretive period from 1962 to 1975, negotiations were carried out behind closed doors. Little information was given to the people of Belize or of the world. The Belizeans were observers in the British team. And it's happening again...
In June 1965, Britain, in consultation with Belize, agreed with Guatemala to submit the dispute to a Mediator appointed by the United States Government. The Mediator, Mr. Bethuel M. Webster The mediator submitted the Webster Proposal... The plan placed the defence, foreign affairs and, to a certain extent, the economy of Belize under Guatemalan… Continue reading Did you know …The Webster Proposal
1962 was a significant historical moment because in that year delegates from Belize were permitted for the first time to participate in the Anglo-Guatemalan negotiations which took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico with the U.K. and Guatemala as principals. Belize had not yet achieved self-government and so the delegates were members of the… Continue reading Did you know …Allowance to participation of Belize Delegates
On September 25, 1981, Belize was admitted as a member of the United Nations. On the same day it became a full member of the Non-Aligned Movement, after being a member with "special status" since 1976. On Independence Day Belize was also admitted to membership of the Commonwealth of Nations. Today, Belize plays its… Continue reading Did you know … Recognition of Belize as an Independent State
From 1975 to 1979, the U.S. abstained on all the United Nations resolutions concerning Belize's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Finally, in 1980, it changed its policy of neutrality and voted in favour of the U.N. resolution that called for the independence of Belize. This resolution was adopted in November 1980. It demanded the… Continue reading Did you know … US and the OAS on the Independence of Belize
In 1975 at the U.N. the only Spanish-speaking Latin American country that supported Belize was Cuba.
LaRouchePAC Presents: 1932 To Govern a Republic, One Must Know the Minds That Created It. "...while a nation goes speculation crazy the people neglect to think of fundamental principles." These were the words of Franklin Roosevelt in the months leading into the Democratic National Convention of 1932. Roosevelt knew that the fight for the United… Continue reading 1932 – A True History of the United States
The 2010 Belize Housing and Population Census reveals that in a choice of leadership positions for women: 31875 or 27.4% wants to see the woman as a Prime Minister 21959 or 18.8 % wants to see her as a Minister of Government 17708 or 15.2 % as an Area Representative 17523 or 15.1% as a… Continue reading Been saying it all along.. Who better to clean up our Belizean house than a Woman.. The people are calling for it