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Pursue Your Passion

Pursue Your Passion

Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor Make a vision board, carry a compass in your pocket, send yourself daily emails – whatever you do, strive to convert your dreams into reality. If you remember nothing else from this article, remember ...

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The Invisible

The Invisible

By Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor   Roses aren’t always red, Violets aren’t only one shade of blue And monsters lurking in the dark Live in the real world hiding in plain sight. Who can understand the mysteries of ...

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Is Dr. Rowley Too Black To Become Trinidad’s PM?

By Lincoln Depradine Pride Contributing Writer I’ll wager that Fitzgerald Hinds, the former People’s National Movement (PNM) senator of Trinidad & Tobago, must still be reeling from left and right jabs and the uppercuts he received from the pens and ...

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Hard Work – The Key To Success

Hard Work – The Key To Success

Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor Regardless of what an individual thinks they are worth, or entitled by reason of education, talent or birthright, getting the proverbial foot in the door is often the only important thing when attempting to ...

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Rosa Parks: “Mother Of The Civil Rights Movement”

Rosa Parks: “Mother Of The Civil Rights Movement”

By Rupert Johnson It is quite fitting that we should remember the remarkable and incomparable achievement of Rosa Louise McCauley Parks during Black History Month since February 4 marked the 100th anniversary of her birthday. In my research about the ...

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Be Ready To Seize The Day

Be Ready To Seize The Day

By Dwain Wellington Rattray Pride Contributing Editor Each of us in the hidden parts of our souls must decide what we most desire and what price we are willing to pay. Whatever the answer, unless an individual is poised to ...

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