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The Other Side of Carnival is a 45-minute documentary that explores Carnival’s social and economic impact on Trinidad & Tobago. With more than 60 interviews, this piece aims to answer the question that while Carnival is an exciting occasion, is it a festival that creates turmoil, which is not widely visible…or is it just simply ignored?
On Saturday, 22nd March 2014, Israrullah Yaqobzai (Afghan Lion) steps into the ring for his first boxing match. A decorated kickboxer, the Afghan Lion shows his skills in a different field. Here are highlights from his fight.
Bayelsa Junior Steelpan Orchestra takes first place at the 3rd annual National Junior Panorama held in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria (November 21st 2013). This event was hosted by Africa-Trinidad & Tobago Steelpan Development Co. Ltd. and will be a part of “Panomundo Part 2: Pan Worldwide!”
Citizens & Friends of Trinidad & Tobago is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Los Angeles. If you are interested in being a member or would like to find out more information on the organization, you can visit http://cftt.us/
The American Red Cross (ARC) celebrates its annual National Volunteer Week between April 21st and 27th 2013. ARC staff take the time to thank the volunteers for their hard work.
All Peoples Community Center is a non-profit organization serving the South Los Angeles area. With an array of activities – from After School Programs to free health clinics, support groups and more – APCC has been working to aid in the welfare of those in the community for the past 70 years.
On August 31st 2012,Trinidad & Tobago celebrated its 50th year of independence.
This documentary short looks at important events that have shaped the tide of the country between 1962 and 2012.
Aren’t you tired of seeing those reality shows on tourists getting drunk and acting like idiots in Las Vegas??? Ok, not really, but here’s something different! Check out a 5-minute piece on those who work in Sin City. While it’s not “The Hangover,” it will open your eyes to those men and women who make our stay a bit more enjoyable when visiting.