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Ajamu challenges homophobia

This article by Joshua Surtees appeared in Trinidad’s Guardian.

A few days after our interview at Alice Yard, where he has just appeared as the first Caiso-endorsed artist-in-residence, Ajamu e-mails some images of his work. 1,628 more words

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TRINIDAD and TOBAGO: Earle impressed by Guinness Challenge

FORMER Jamaica international Robbie Earle was impressed by the recently-held Guinness Street Football Challenge Finals, which took place at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex, Mucurapo. 45 more words

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The Aussie Adventure Begins

AUSTRALIA.   YES.

I am here – in AUSTRALIA, breathing Australian air and walking on Australian ground!  Today officially makes it one entire week since I first set foot here and for the next year, I’ll get to wake up everyday under this beautiful Australian sky. 354 more words

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Educational options in Trinidad and Tobago

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Flag Falls From Casket

“Collective gasp as flag falls twice,”
This is the news headline of a lead article in a major paper in Trinidad and Tobago. The death of one of the Vice Presidents, ANR Robinson was news, the fact that the flag draping his casket fell twice, that was enough to leave a somber mood and silent questions like a peculiar dark cloud over two islands. 502 more words

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TRINIDAD and TOBAGO: Earle impressed by Guinness Challenge

FORMER Jamaica international Robbie Earle was impressed by the recently-held Guinness Street Football Challenge Finals, which took place at the Jean Pierre Sports Complex, Mucurapo. 45 more words

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