Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from February, 2017
The Face of Resistance: Are You Listening? Podcast
In this episode, we take you to India, Japan, Australia, Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago to introduce you to the Face of Resistance in a globalized world.
Trinidad & Tobago Carnival 2017 Crowns Its King and Queen
Birds, dragons, poetic Midnight Robbers, stilt walkers — the competition for the 2017 King and Queen of Carnival titles in Trinidad and Tobago was fierce. Here's what you missed.
One Photographer's Stunning Glimpse Into the Beauty of Trinidad & Tobago's Traditional Carnival Masquerade
A spirit of joy sweeps through Trinidad and Tobago on 'Fantastic Friday', the start of the Carnival weekend.
Trump a Convenient Whipping Boy for Trinidad & Tobago Footballer Dwight Yorke's Visa Issue
A high-profile footballer, a controversial travel ban and an Iranian stamp in a passport all converge to blow a simple visa issue out of proportion.
Trinidad & Tobago's Carnival 2017 Playlist: Part 2
An opinionated mini-guide to the music that's setting Trinidad and Tobago's Carnival celebrations alight this year, Part Two.
Trinidad & Tobago's Carnival 2017 Playlist: Part 1
An opinionated mini-guide to the music that's setting Trinidad and Tobago's Carnival celebrations alight this year.
Trinidad & Tobago's Prime Minister Says Women Should Choose Their Men More Wisely to Avoid Violence
"As per our usual culture. Let's victim-blame, right? She should've chose[n] better? How about he should've been brought up better?"
In Trinidad & Tobago, Clamour for Action After Yet Another Woman Is Murdered
"Our women and girls seem to be the major target of crime and assault. We must do something now!"
Trinidad & Tobago Says Goodbye to Cherished ‘Virtual’ Historian Angelo Bissessarsingh
"A good soldier has fallen. Inevitable but still very sad. You will be missed by a whole country. History certainly will NOT forget YOU.”
A New, Free E-Book Celebrates Caribbean Waterbirds
Think bird counts are something only scientists and serious birdwatchers do? A new e-book, out just in time for the annual Caribbean bird count, gets everyone involved.