Sarah Lazare, staff writer
British Prime Minister David Cameron faces growing demands for reparations and apology for Britain's brutal history of slavery, colonialism, and native genocide. (Photo: Lewis Whyld/PA Archive)
Ahead of his first-ever visit to the Caribbean island, British Prime Minister David Cameron called out for family ties to transatlantic slave trade
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
A schoolchild walks past a row of fishing boats on the beach near Alligator Pond, Jamaica in March, 2004. (Photo: Gerry Manacsa/Wikimedia/cc)
Center for Economic and Policy Research finds poverty- and debt- stricken...