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Archbishop at Black Power Movement Service.

Unless citizens understand the “deep underbelly” of the Black Power Revolution and the way it still affects us today, 50 years later, then we would not move the revolution on to its next stage.

“1970 was a watershed but it leads us today to reflect on what the country has gained and in what ways the Black Power Revolution is still unfinished…Unfinished because we have reached far from where we were but we have not yet come to the promised land….” Archbishop Jason Gordon said in his homily for the commemorative service in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Black Power Revolution, Ash Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Port of Spain.

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