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Williams became a staunch advocate and supporter of the movement for a West Indian federation with Trinidad as central to its leadership, creating in the process dissension with Jamaican and Barbadian leaders.
One familiar with the context of West Indian society is able to pick up the oblique references to those experiences that have damaged the economies of these islands as well as their drive toward unity: the failure of the West Indian federation of the late fifties and early sixties, the paralyzed common market of the seventies and eighties, and certainly the decline in value on the world market of the commodities produced in the region.
She also underscores their failed efforts at alliance, which would later be echoed in the failed efforts, in the 1950s and 1960s, at West Indian federation in the region itself.
Gladstone Johnson died after being shot four times by a gunman who, with others, fled from the West Indian Federation Community Centre in Winson Green in March last year.
Eighteen months earlier, in March 2002, dad-of-two Gladstone Johnson, 34, was blasted four times in front of his girlfriend on the dancefloor of the West Indian Federation club, Winson Green.
In March, Gladstone Johnson was shot dead on the dance floor of the West Indian Federation Club, Winson Green.
A tearful Sasha Johnson urged people to contact detectives with information about the death of her father Gladstone, who was gunned down at the West Indian Federation Club in Winson Green on March 4.
Gladstone Johnson, aged 34, formerly of Park Street, Wolverhampton, died as a result of gunshot wounds he received at the West Indian Federation Club in Winson Green in the early hours of March 4.