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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 our roots or the brave Bermudians who fought so hard to bring about the change that Bermuda so desperately needed. Here we pay homage to 6 civil rights leaders who paved the way to a brighter Bermuda.   E. F.…


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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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Eco Warriors: The Next Generation

Meet five of Bermuda’s young environmental activists dedicating themselves to protecting Bermuda’s natural environments while raising awareness, educating and sounding the alarm on climate change and the effects on Bermuda - and the planet. They are bold, bright and ready…


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Sinead the Flower on Posogo, the Pandemic and Her Future

Editor Gabrielle Boyer talks to Sinead the Flower about Posogo, the importance of collaboration, the effect of the pandemic on her work and her dedication to sharing art.    Firstly, congratulations on the release of your video for Posogo, it’s…


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Holly Wakely: Master of the Dive

With over 540 dives under her weight belt, 17-year-old Holly Wakely becomes the world’s first certified junior dive master! Tell us how you got started in diving? How old were you? I’ve been in SCUBA gear since the age of…

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Keeping Up With: Maya Palacio

The Bermudian checks in with Maya Palacio to see what she’s reading, watching, listening to and who she’s following these days. BM: What App do you check upon waking? MP: Instagram BM: What news source do you check in with…