Wadadli Journal Antigua Barbuda
The first edition of Wadadli Antigua journal became available on the web in 2009 as an obscure but relevant part of the untold story of Wadadli, and to provide intellectual property and copyright information amidst widespread unsubstantiated claims and assertions about the name Wadadli.
Now that the story's been told and the facts are finally established, we've decided to redesign and changed the purpose of the site. The new Wadadli Antigua website is a unique and unconventional publishing platform designed to provide continuous objective review and analysis of the past, present, and future of Antigua and Barbuda.
- Antigua Barbuda Review
- Government Peoples Politics
- Rise Of Rastafari In Antigua
- Detailed History Of Wadadli
Articles And Documentary
This edition of Wadadli Journal features revised and new perspectives on the origin and meaning of Wadadli, life in Antigua before and after independence, the rise of the black power movement, and the emergence of Rastafari in Antigua.
Providing rare and original content is the primary objective of Wadadli Journal. The Articles section features a series of editorials written by freelance writers and web authors from Antigua, recapturing some of the history-making moments and various aspects of Antigua's history, cultures, society, religion, and politics.
Government People Politics
Other features of the site include links to other websites, promotional videos of Antigua and Barbuda Government, local business and products, tourist Industry advertisement, and a small collection of unique photos of historic landmarks, monuments, and places in Antigua and Barbuda.
Political power in Antigua is a luxury shared exclusively by two political parties that emerged from a power struggle between different fractions of the two Trade Unions AWU, and ATALU in the 1960s.
Two parties eventually emerged from the struggle. Vere Bird formed the (ALP) Antigua Labor Party from the ATALU, and from the AWU, George Walter formed the (PLM) Progressive Labor Movement. Successive leaders of both parties still dominate Antigua politics and Government today.