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ATLANTA, Georgia — Bahamas Consul General to Atlanta Randy Rolle and Vice Consul Mia Ferguson visited Bahamian students attending Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma, which is included in Consul General Rolle’s jurisdiction, January 25 – 26, 2016.  They met with Mr. Adam Compton, Instrumental Music Instructor at Oklahoma A&M, to discuss more opportunities for Bahamian students to pursue music at Northeastern A&M, where there are about 30 Bahamian students on scholarships. In the first photo, Consul General Rolle is pictured with the students; in the second photo he is pictured with Mr. Compton; and in the third photo Ms. Ferguson is pictured with the music instructor. 

Atlanta 

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NORMAN, Oklahoma — Bahamas Consul General to Atlanta Randy Rolle (left) and Vice Consul Mia Ferguson are pictured with Bahamian basketball sensation Buddy Hield after he scored 30 points to lead the No. 1-ranked Oklahoma Sooners to a 91-67 rout of Texas Tech on Tuesday night, January 26, 2016. Oklahoma is one of the states included in the Bahamas Atlanta Consulate’s jurisdiction, and Consul General Rolle and Vice Consul Ferguson were officially on a two-day tour of schools in Oklahoma. They had earlier visited Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma, where they discussed more opportunities for Bahamian students to pursue music at Northeastern A&M with Mr. Adam Compton, Instrumental Music Instructor. Consul General Rolle said, “Having the opportunity to watch such a sensational Bahamian college basketball star in action was just amazing.  We had the opportunity to sit with him before the game. He spoke about school, family and basketball. I was blown away by his personality and how grounded he is as a young Bahamian. His Mother, I am told, is an amazing woman and makes sure he stays focused. As we sat down to chat, he noticed that we were wearing Bahamian pins and said he wants one, so Mia Ferguson took off her pin and gave it to him and he wore it at the post-game press conference.” 

New York 

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NEW YORK — Hon. Forrester J Carroll (right), Bahamas Consul General to New York, and his wife Dr. Valencia Carroll paid a courtesy call on noted civil rights leader the Rev. Al Sharpton at his office at 561 7th. Avenue on Thursday, January 28, 2016. The Consul General presented Rev. Sharpton with a copy of the new BAHAMAS HANDBOOK and they discussed matters of mutual interest.  

The United Nations 

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NEW YORK — H.E. Dr. Elliston Rahming, Bahamas Ambassador to the United Nations and the Organization of American States (OAS), In his capacity as Chairman of the Save Our Sharks Coalition in New York, hosted a luncheon for some thirty United Nations Ambassadors on Wednesday, January 21, 2016. 

Special guest was international motivational speaker and world-class paralympic swimmer Achmat Hassiem of Cape Town, South Africa, who lost a leg in a shark attack in 2006. 

Since that incident Hassiem has become a goodwill ambassador for shark conservation and a much-sought–after motivational speaker to youth on how to triumph over setbacks and build self-esteem. 

According to Ambassador Rahming, “Efforts are now underway to bring Hassiem to The Bahamas in October to make guest appearances at New Providence high schools”. 

The Coalition seeks to foster the creation of blue economies among United Nations Member States through shark conservation and observation.

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Achmat Hassiem (center), international motivational speaker and world-class paralympic swimmer, receiving a plaque of appreciation from Ambassador Dr. Elliston Rahming as Joan Yang of the Pew Charitable Trust, sponsors of the luncheon, looks on.