Trinidad and Tobago: Saving the Savannah, eight years on

Coffeewallah recalls an incident eight years ago, when activists protesting the paving of the Queen's Park Savannah in Port of Spain had a truckload of gravel dumped over them. “Unless you are willing to do something, you lose your voice and sometimes even your rights.”

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