United States Embassy held 237th Independence Day Reception: Ambassador Palmer supports the Redskins?

United States Ambassador Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Larry L. Palmer addressed the reception observing the 237th Anniversary of Independence of the United States of America. The reception was on the grounds of the United States Embassy, Wildey Business Park, St. Michael. The wear was Throwback shirts in your favorite teams, it seems the American envoy chose to sport a team known in the past to court controversay among Native Americans - the Washington Redskins, whose colloquial name is considered pejorative by many Amerindians...

United States Ambassador Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, Larry L. Palmer addressed the reception observing the 237th Anniversary of Independence of the United States of America. The reception was on the grounds of the United States Embassy, Wildey Business Park, St. Michael. The wear was Throwback shirts in your favorite teams, it seems the American envoy chose to sport a team known in the past to court controversy among Native Americans – the Washington Redskins, whose colloquial name is considered pejorative by many Amerindians…

Ambassador Palmer also took time during Barbados celebrations to express sympathy to the 19 fire-fighters who lost their lives in Arizona combatting seasonal blazes…

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