The story of the Women’s Suffrage Movement in The Bahamas is a “powerful and compelling one” inextricably tied to a quiet revolution that ultimately led to the “birth” of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Its accomplishments over the past sixty years have made it a respected and influential voice in tourism. Moving forward; The Bahamas Hotel Association is taking a new name to embrace a new vision of the future.
A banned speech prepared by noted suffragette Dr Doris Johnson in 1959 will be presented during a special sitting of the House of Assembly to honour the women’s suffrage movement‘s 50th anniversary.
Well over 40 exhibitors from Andros, Grand Bahama, Eleuthera and Exuma are scheduled to showcase crafts, food, jewelry and more during the Bahamas Speed Week Revival.
Bahamas Speed Week Revival organisers are hoping to generate about 1,000 room nights, and at least come close to breaking even on their near $2 million investment.
Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes sat down this week with a small group of people involved in a very ambitious project — to create, exhibit and make available to the wider world the faces that make up the soul and spirit of the Bahamian people.
To honor the 50th anniversary of women being able to vote, the month of November is being celebrated as National Women’s Month.
One of the wealthiest families in the world has dinner at a 5-star Nassau restaurant and goes home to boast about the experience.
Bahamas Speed Week Revival held a drawing for complimentary tickets at the 22nd Annual Wine and Art Festival on Saturday, November 3 at The National Trust.