1970: Sites of Power and Contestation

1970: Sites of Power and Contestation

The Black Power Movement in Trinidad and Tobago finds its origin within the various racially charged events and issues which ...
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Conditions of the Voyage for the Indentured Indians

Conditions of the Voyage for the Indentured Indians

As 225 Indentured Indians departed from Calcutta on the Fath al Razack on 16th February 1845, the voyage to Trinidad began ...
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Women in the Black Power Movement.

Women in the Black Power Movement.

The Black Power Movement in Trinidad and Tobago came to a head in February 1970 with the involvement of various ...
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2 Outstanding Women in Trinidad and Tobago Heritage

2 Outstanding Women in Trinidad and Tobago Heritage

Beryl McBurnie (2nd November 1913 – 3rd March 2000) From a young age, McBurnie had a passion for dance and ...
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Sankofa: Never Forget 1970

Sankofa: Never Forget 1970

50 years ago, on February 26th 1970, around 200 students from The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine campus marched ...
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The Queen's Park Savannah

The Queen’s Park Savannah

The one locale that comes to mind when carnival season approaches is none other than the notorious Queen’s Park Savannah ...
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