Antigua and Barbuda had been colonised by Britain within the seventeenth century, earlier than being granted independence in 1981.
In an open letter to the couple, the Antigua and Barbuda Reparations Assist Fee requested “why is it so hard for you to sincerely apologise for your nation’s role in slavery?”
Explaining their name for reparations, it added that within the Caribbean “many still live in deep persistent poverty and social despair” and it requested for a “constructive strategy” with Britain and European nations to handle financial growth gaps within the area.
The affect of slavery additionally dominated protection of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s tour to Jamaica, Belize and the Bahamas in March.
Supply: BBC Information