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Films On Indo-Caribbean Identity, Culture And Heritage

By Dr. Kumar Mahabir Not many Indian parents in India and the Indian Diaspora are inclined to encourage their children to study the Arts, the...

The Invisible Coolie Shines in ‘The Cutlass’ (Comment: Special to Newsgram)

Aug 21, 2017: “Coolie” is the name of the character played by Narad Mahabir in the play directed by Errol Hill titled Man Better...

Stop Blaming Indians for the Black Crisis in Trinidad and Tobago

 - by Kamal Persad July 10, 2017: Blacks in Trinidad and Tobago are describing the situation of the black community as a “crisis” and as one requiring...

Racial bias against Indians in Trinidad and Tobago

Dear Editor: On Saturday 16th April 2016 I had the privilege of listening to Lenox Grant delivering the feature address in the launch of a...

Indo-Caribbean history: An analysis of the lost Indians in St. Kitts

By Megha Sharma This video, published on August 18 in 2015, is an extensive study of the eminent anthropologist and assistant professor at the university...

Phagwah Parade to be held at Richmond Hill on Saturday

By Rob MacKay Get ready for colorful costumes, colorful floats, colorful personalities, and colorful talcum powder. The all-afternoon (and often all-night) Phagwah Parade will fill the...

Jahajee Sisters Celebrates the History of Indo-Caribbean Women

Manhattan, NY: As March commemorates Women's History Month, 'Jahajee Sisters' plans to celebrate the legacy of their ancestors on March 31, a legacy built upon resistance and...

Nandani Bharrat: A New York spiritual healer who tries to dispel stereotypes

Bushwick, New York City: In a Bushwick apartment building, Nandani Bharrat, 29, sits on a mattress with her eyes closed and her legs crossed...

How to celebrate Holi in New York?

New York: Holi- the Indian festival of colors- is arriving (March 23). New York and New Jersey are home a large concentration of Asian Indians:...

If you are an East Indian in USA: Please read what Shabana says

Shabana is a New York -based Indo-Guyanese gal and is passionate about raising issues that concern Indian diaspora. In this post, Shabana writes about...

Telling the Tales of Indo-Caribbean

By Annesha Das Gupta People who are ardent fans of cricket are well acquainted with the legendary player Sonny Ramadhin or the ones who call...

New York based Guyanese wins Community Queen Pageant

New York: Nandita Dasrath won the title of “The Community’s Queen” on Sunday when she participated in the Community’s Queen Pageant. The twenty-eight-year-old Dasrath is a...

Fate of Indo-Caribbean Phagwah parade in New York to be announced today

New York: The popular Indo-Caribbean Hindu parade, Phagwah, is seen bound in the shackles of a lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed by the Hindu Parade and...

Mapping Out: The Indo Caribbean Americans

By- Annesha Das Gupta In May 1838, more than half a million people from India sailed across the “Kala Pani” to various parts of...

A Second Round for Phagwah Parade in New York

Queens: The Phagwah Parade, a popular local celebration among the Indo-Caribbean Hindu community is returning this year. Scheduled to be held on March 26, it...

Tassa Drumming-Indian Beats Around The World

Tassa drums is called Dhol nagada in Hindi. The name Tassa surely seems a bit different, but this art of music is being practiced...

Interview: Dr Patricia Mohammed on Indo Caribbean Women

In The West Indies countries, the people of Indian diaspora make a significant percentage. They arrived here more than 130 years back as indentured...

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