Dr. Brown To Be Inducted: ADHT Hall of Fame

April 22, 2013

Former Premier Dr. Ewart  Brown will be inducted into the African Diaspora Heritage Trail Tourism Hall of Fame in Atlanta on April 27, 2013.

Dr. Brown was selected for this honor in recognition of his work to preserve and promote African Heritage sites throughout the world. He will join notables such as Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie, musical icon Bob Marley, African American scholar Dr. Molefi Asante and Congressman John Lewis in the ADHT Hall of Fame.

Dr. Brown said, “I am honored and humbled to be inducted into the ADHT Tourism Hall of Fame. The African Diaspora Heritage Trail plays an important role in reconnecting people of African descent with our history, heritage and culture. I am proud to have contributed to this noble cause and to this outstanding organization.”

The African Diaspora Heritage Trail Foundation founded in Bermuda under the leadership of the late former Minister of Tourism David Allen in 2002, unites countries affected by migration to and from Africa, beginning with the African slave trade. ADHT partners with the Smithsonian Institution, UNESCO, the Africa Travel Association and the Caribbean Tourism Organization.

Bermuda’s African Heritage Trail been officially designated by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO] as part of the Slave Route Project.

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  1. LOL(original TM*) says:

    Ok so what qualified him to be in the hall of fame for this??

    LOL Bankrupting a counrty qualifies?

  2. Rockfish#1and2 says:

    Have the ADHT done their research on this man? Or did he make a generous donation to their coffers?

  3. Cranberry says:

    Humbled? Still having to deceive us hey? LOL