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Janine Mendes-Franco (Global Voices) writes “Carnival Designer Apologises for Insensitivity to Trinidad’s Colonial Trauma, But Was It Enough?” She discusses the recent controversy in response to Brian Mac Farlane’s “Cazabon—The Art of Living.” The designer has said that, by invoking Cazabon in the title of his work, he wished to “help protect and preserve our heritage spaces the best way I knew how – through art, by interpreting the story of that time.” On the one hand, he has been accused of being racist or insensitive to the traumas of colonial history, and, on the other hand, Cazabon’s descendants were concerned that the negative reception of Mac Farlane’s interpretation of the artist’s themes could have an adverse effect on Cazabon’s reputation. 471 more words
In Trinidad and Tobago, many persons, predominantly persons of East Indian descent belonging to the Hindu religion, celebrate Divali; the Festival of Lights. This festival is observed around the world and is based upon the triumph of good over evil with the lighting of deyas over a period of five days. 146 more words
Date Read: June 30th 2016
Published: 2014 (originally published by Langaa Press, 2012)
Publisher: Jacaranda Books
Long after Fina has left Sierra Leone for America, memories of a broken initiation still haunt her. 941 more words