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· February, 2010

Stories about Caribbean from February, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: “Dat is Carnival”

Belize: Borderline

Haiti: Why All The Stories About Orphans?

A month after a seven-point earthquake destroyed much of southern Haiti, the fate of children, and particularly orphans, has become the main story in many corners. But Haitian voices on...

Haiti: Aristide as an Ally

Suriname: Going Classical

Trinidad & Tobago, Haiti: Preparing for an Earthquake

Trinidad & Tobago: “The Garden Want Water”

Jamaica: Prison Riot

Grenada, Trinidad & Tobago: Cocoa Tea & Dry Season

Bermuda: Not Feeling the Love

Guyana: Rodney Film

Haiti: Relief Efforts & Dangers

Almost a month after the earthquake, which ravaged a significant portion of public facilities and private buildings in Port-au-Prince and nearby cities, French-speaking bloggers discuss the different realities of people...

Haiti: Tuesdays go by and look alike

Trinidad & Tobago: Parenting & Carnival

Bahamas, Haiti: Birth Control

Trinidad & Tobago: Blood Test vs. Breathalyzer

Trinidad & Tobago: Kiddies Carnival

Trinidad & Tobago: Working for the Tourist Dollar?

Haiti: Heroes

Trinidad & Tobago: Radio Face-Off

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