Time to discuss African Unity
By way of this medium, I would like to extend an invitation to Cole Simons to discuss by what means the Charter of the Organisation of African Unity may be extended to Bermuda.
Appreciably, both Mr Simons and I are of African “ascent”, and it is generally regarded to be in our best interests to explore a “culturally based” legislative framework, one that is in some respects markedly distinct from that for whom the European Convention provides. Additionally, I wish to determine whether Mr Simons, in his capacity as the new education minister, or other persons possessed of unassailable character and integrity, may be called upon to support a United Nations initiative to educate the Bermudian people on an action plan towards decolonisation.
EDMUND WESTMORE SMITH
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