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Remembering Activist Dr. Eva Hodgson

The Minister of Labour, Community Affairs and Sports the Hon. Lovitta Foggo JP, MP expressed her “deep sadness” at the loss of Bermudian activist Dr. Eva Hodgson. “Dr. Hodgson was a person who consistently, unabashedly and unashamedly told the truth about race and racism in Bermuda,” Minister Foggo said. “She did this at a time when the stakes of such bravery were incredibly high, when people were personally punished for voicing that kind of truth. Even in more recent times,…


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6 Important Bermudian Civil Rights Leaders

Bermuda's history is marred by it's inclusion in the African Slave Trade and the subsequent inequality and segregation of black Bermudians and while we like to think the atrocities of our past are well, in the past, we can't forget…


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Legacy of a Legendary Explorer

When Teddy Tucker passed away in 2014 at the age of 89, he left behind an unparalleled collection of shipwreck records, ocean discoveries and fascinating stories including over 4,000 photographs. His daughter, Wendy, has launched a website to preserve this…


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Checking In With Mayor Charles Gosling

The Bermudian checks in with Mayor of Hamilton, Charles Gosling from his home in Harrington Sound, to see how he is handling the work-life balance in the face of a global pandemic.  BM: How has your sanity fared thus far…


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Checking In With Ben Rego

The Bermudian checks in with Real Estate Associate at Rego Sotheby's International Realty, Ben Rego to see how things are going. BM: How have the last few weeks been for you? BR: It has definitely strange. It almost feels like…

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Checking In With Gary Moreno

Cooper Stevenson checks in with Gary Moreno to see how the Bermuda Police Service’s new Corporate Communications Manager is doing during the lockdown. Disclaimer: Mr. Moreno and I have known each other for more than 10 years now. When I…