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The Island SPACE Caribbean Museum hosts a hybrid panel discussion — including both African-American and Caribbean perspectives — on how the country has evolved since slavery, contemporary positions on equity and equality, and how collective experiences can improve. Panelists include Dr. David Bynes, Dr. Nadine Wedderburn, Derek T. Davis, and Glenn Joseph, moderated by Dr. Rozalia Williams. Dr. Byrnes serves as the Director for the Office of Social Justice and
Island SPACE Caribbean Museum is hosting a panel discussion on the stigma and cultural importance of Voodoo, Rasta, Santeria and other Afro-Atlantic and Afro-Caribbean religions and their relationship with mainstream faiths. This panel features Dr. Charlene Desir, a research professor at Nova Southeastern University and a Voodoo priestess initiated in Sosyete Nago; High Chief Nathaniel B. Styles, Jr., the Nana Kwaku Ankibeahene II of the Ashanti Kingdom; pastor Dr. Clyde