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The Stay-At-Home-Order In The Ancient Hindu Epic

The Editor: The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr Keith Rowley, delivered his address, today (April 6), to update the nation on the government’s plans to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. This is not the first time that he ...

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A Letter Of Thanks To My Fellow Nurses

Dear Colleagues: Although I have been many years retired, never have I been more proud of my chosen profession than during this current pandemic, and even extraordinarily prouder of you, my colleagues, currently on the frontline, tirelessly exemplifying all that ...

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No Fan Of Airing “Dirty Laundry”, But Points Valid

Editor: Re: “Blacks and Black Businesses Behaving Badly”, by Yvonne Sam, published on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Sadly, very valid points echoed throughout this article. I’m normally not a fan of airing dirty laundry, but I can see that you’re ...

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Blacks Must Make Our Voices Count — And Vote

Editor: Re: “Blackface, Black Issues And White Newsrooms”, by Ewart Walters As painful as it was to be reminded by the photo of Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, in Blackface, we must also try to fully understand the Rastaman’s observation, as ...

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The Willie Lynch “Letter”: Long Debunked

Editor: Re: “Blacks, Bleaching And The Willie Lynch Letter”, by Yvonne Sam The existence of the Willie Lynch “letter” has long been debunked by numerous historians. The main point of the article was clear without referencing, or worse, directly quoting ...

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Perception Stops And Starts With Us

Perception Stops And Starts With Us

Hello: Specific words, used like a paint brush, creates a visual painting for all to interpret, based on who they are and how they’re thinking. We are including you in our quest to ‘save ourselves’  and humanity from conscious/unconscious self destruction, ...

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