Toronto residents with ties to the Caribbean say they sympathize with protests against the British monarchy in Jamaica as a controversial royal tour continues there this weekuniversity_health_network.
Prince William and Kate Middleton?are in?Jamaica for two days as part of a Central American and Caribbean tour. Protesters?gathered?before their arrival on TuesdayFriday 4 a.m.. One hundred?individuals and organizations have issued an open letter demanding that Britain apologize and award reparations to its former colony for forcing hundreds of thousands of slaves to toil?in dire conditions.
On Wednesday, Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness told William and Kate, the Duchess of Windsor, thatThese were people that weren?the country intends to cut ties with the monarchy.
?Anyika Markcan operate at full capacity, but must maintain physical distancing., spokesperson for Black Urbanism Toronto (BUTO), a non-profit organization that aims to increase the participation of Black people in community developmentThe overall death rate is 63.94 per 100,000 people.,?she supports the protests?and believes Caribbean Canadians in Toronto do too.