Trinidad & Tobago: Masquerade

“There is so much to do in Trinidad and Tobago, not just to make it a “developed” nation…but to keep it civilised, to protect what is left of its humanist traditions. And so little of the work is being done: crassness, violence, corruption and neglect are slowly but surely eating out the heart and soul of this little, once-beautiful nation”: Jeremy Taylor is looking for answers.

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