04 May 2023 - Commonwealth leaders demand apology from Charles III for colonisation
Commonwealth Indigenous leaders demand apology from the king for effects of colonisation
Josh Butler (The Guardian, 04/05/2023)
Australians have joined Indigenous leaders and politicians across the Commonwealth to demand King Charles III make a formal apology for the effects of British colonisation, make reparations by redistributing the wealth of the British crown, and return artefacts and human remains.
Indigenous leaders across British Commonwealth demand apology for colonisation ahead of coronation
Callan Morse (National Indigenous Times, 04/05/2023)
Ahead of the coronation of King Charles III, Indigenous leaders and politicians from Commonwealth countries including Australia have called for the British monarch to formally apologise for the ongoing effects of colonisation.
Charles is king, but the monarchy may soon be on its way out of Jamaica
Barbara Blake-Hannah (The Guardian, 04/03/2023)
“Enough is enough.” Those were the words of Rastafari Ras Iyah V, former chair of the Nyabinghi administrative council, after the death of Queen Elizabeth.
King to host global leaders in busy run of diplomatic duties ahead of coronation
Laura Elston (Evening Standard, 04/05/2023)
The King is to host world leaders at Buckingham Palace – and be presented with his own feathered crown – in the days leading up to the coronation.