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David Comissiong is a Barbadian born political activist founder of the Clement Payne Movement and once served as head of the governments Commision for Pan-Afrikan affairs. He is a frequent critic of globalization and US hegamony. [1] He is one of the key Pan-Africanist in Caribbean politics. Comissiong is an attorney by profession. He is married with two daughters.


David starred in the multi-award winning documentary 500 Years Later (2005) staring Maulana Karenga , Muhammed Shareef , Francis Cress Welsin , Kimani Nehusi, Paul Robeson Jr, Nelson George, and many more.

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  1. Rome, Hitler And Bush - Facing Reality, Barbados Daily Nation, 24 March 2003