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The Colour of Shadows

This imaginative book throws new light on the closing years of Caribbean slavery and the lives of enslaved people of African descent before emancipation in Trinidad in 1834.

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Basically Bazodee: A Review

What’s to be said about Bazodee? The Machel Montano headlined film opened in his native land last week, and I happened to catch it on opening night. 13 more words

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Once a 'has-been,' de Goeas continues another act | Monday Night Theatre Forum

Theatre practitioner Mervyn de Goeas said he does not think of himself as just a director or a mas-man or an actor or a writer, but as an artist. 37 more words

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Dance Pioneer Beryl McBurnie's House Destroyed

A portion of Trinidad and Tobago’s artistic community is up in arms about the demolition of Beryl McBurnie‘s house, a property that was shortlisted by the… 33 more words

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How the Language of Jamaica Became Mainstream — Repeating Islands

Eternity Martis (The Fader, 1 September 2016) writes about the trajectory of patois on the global stage concluding that “more than just slang—it’s a language of freedom.” [.

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Japan's Innovative Spirit

This is a repost from a blogger on Niume… here is the link to his page

https://niume.com/pages/post/?postID=92292

Japan’s Automated Underground Bike Storage

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Blackness in Britain

Book Series Call for proposals Blackness in Britain edited by Kehinde Andrews Rowman and Littlefield International Blackness in Britain is a book series dedicated to bringing together cutting edge research on Black experiences in Britain.

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