Race Relations in Trinidad and Tobago
I provide the following text (which I am quoting) as a prelude to another spirited conversation on Race relations in the Caribbean.
“Caribbean history comprises of a long and tumultuous colonial past. Guyana and Trinidad both have a rich cultural past, however, it is a history that has been marred by its own people its adopted natives. Much of both countries’ history has been soiled: First by the race issues created by the Europeans ten secondly by petty jealousies each race, East Indian and African, had towards each other.” by Gabrielle Hookumch and Professor Moses Seenarine. Read complete article here
Have race relations improved in Trinidad and Tobago over the last 15 years?
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By Karl A. Haughton