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Teen feminist’s goal for equality of resources

A misconception of feminism is that the movement seeks to “do away with men” but in its simplest form, the movement seeks equality for all, explains 17-year-old Sapphire Alexander. “Feminism is about recognising the privileges we all have, in our own spaces, and working towards a society that is equitable for everyone,” she shared with Sunday Newsday. The concept, she ...

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James Lee Wah: Culture hero from the Southland

Ken Ramchand Jimmy. A man of literature, a man of theatre, a man. Quiet, smiling, unfussy, casual; dedicated to the cause of drama and the humanities. I met him when he first came to teach at Naparima College in 1956. He had been a member of the golden generation, the first UWI people – Derek Walcott, Slade Hopkinson, Rex Nettleford, ...

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James Lee Wah: Culture hero from the Southland

Ken Ramchand Jimmy. A man of literature, a man of theatre, a man. Quiet, smiling, unfussy, casual; dedicated to the cause of drama and the humanities. I met him when he first came to teach at Naparima College in 1956. He had been a member of the golden generation, the first UWI people – Derek Walcott, Slade Hopkinson, Rex Nettleford, ...

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James Lee Wah: Culture hero from the Southland

Ken Ramchand Jimmy. A man of literature, a man of theatre, a man. Quiet, smiling, unfussy, casual; dedicated to the cause of drama and the humanities. I met him when he first came to teach at Naparima College in 1956. He had been a member of the golden generation, the first UWI people – Derek Walcott, Slade Hopkinson, Rex Nettleford, ...

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James Lee Wah: Culture hero from the Southland

Ken Ramchand Jimmy. A man of literature, a man of theatre, a man. Quiet, smiling, unfussy, casual; dedicated to the cause of drama and the humanities. I met him when he first came to teach at Naparima College in 1956. He had been a member of the golden generation, the first UWI people – Derek Walcott, Slade Hopkinson, Rex Nettleford, ...

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James Lee Wah: Culture hero from the Southland

Ken Ramchand Jimmy. A man of literature, a man of theatre, a man. Quiet, smiling, unfussy, casual; dedicated to the cause of drama and the humanities. I met him when he first came to teach at Naparima College in 1956. He had been a member of the golden generation, the first UWI people – Derek Walcott, Slade Hopkinson, Rex Nettleford, ...

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Youth Pro League on hold, SSFL to be decided on

THE Youth Pro League has not been given clearance to kick off, in August, as originally scheduled. Additionally, the Ministry of Education has been handed the responsibility to say whether or not the 2020 Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL), which is set for September, can proceed. This was revealed by Chief Medical Officer Roshan Parasram during Saturday’s virtual media conference ...

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Youth Pro League on hold, SSFL to be decided on

THE Youth Pro League has not been given clearance to kick off, in August, as originally scheduled. Additionally, the Ministry of Education has been handed the responsibility to say whether or not the 2020 Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL), which is set for September, can proceed. This was revealed by Chief Medical Officer Roshan Parasram during Saturday’s virtual media conference ...

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Youth Pro League on hold, SSFL to be decided on

THE Youth Pro League has not been given clearance to kick off, in August, as originally scheduled. Additionally, the Ministry of Education has been handed the responsibility to say whether or not the 2020 Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL), which is set for September, can proceed. This was revealed by Chief Medical Officer Roshan Parasram during Saturday’s virtual media conference ...

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Youth Pro League on hold, SSFL to be decided on

THE Youth Pro League has not been given clearance to kick off, in August, as originally scheduled. Additionally, the Ministry of Education has been handed the responsibility to say whether or not the 2020 Secondary Schools’ Football League (SSFL), which is set for September, can proceed. This was revealed by Chief Medical Officer Roshan Parasram during Saturday’s virtual media conference ...

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