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BLACK STALIN - THE CARIBBEAN MAN

BLACK STALIN - THE CARIBBEAN MAN

  • 3/2/2023 9:22:00 AM
Photo courtesy: Abraham Diaz  Leroy Calliste was born on Coffee Street, San Fernando on September 24, 1941. He attended the San Fernando Boys’ R.C. School as a child but left in Standard 4. As a young man he had a brief foray as a limbo dancer before taking up Calypso in 1959. In preparation for his career in Calypso he bought a dictionary and taught himself how to spell words from it. He was given the nickname B...
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EXPLORING HISTORICAL RESOURCES ON TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: THE SPIRITUAL BAPTIST FAITH: AFRICAN NEW WORLD RELIGIOUS IDENTITY, HISTORY AND TESTIMONY BY REV. PATRICIA STEPHENS.

EXPLORING HISTORICAL RESOURCES ON TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: THE SPIRITUAL BAPTIST FAITH: AFRICAN NEW WORLD RELIGIOUS IDENTITY, HISTORY AND TESTIMONY BY REV. PATRICIA STEPHENS.

  • 3/2/2023 9:16:00 AM
                    Title:            The Spiritual Baptist Faith: African New World Religious Identity, History and Testimony.    Author:        Rev. Patricia Stephens.  Summary:     The author comes from a multi-religious background that includes the Roman Catholic, Anglican and Spiritual Baptist faiths. Raised primarily as a Roman Catholic she&nbs...
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EXPLORING HISTORICAL RESOURCES ON TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: CALYPSO AND SOCIETY IN PRE-INDEPENDENCE TRINIDAD BY GORDON ROHLEHR

EXPLORING HISTORICAL RESOURCES ON TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: CALYPSO AND SOCIETY IN PRE-INDEPENDENCE TRINIDAD BY GORDON ROHLEHR

  • 3/2/2023 9:10:00 AM
    Title:            Calypso and Society in pre-independence Trinidad.    Author:        Gordon Rohlehr.  Summary:    In his foreword, the author says that “Calypso and Society in pre-independence Trinidad,” looks at “… those areas of time and space where ethnicities make contact, over-lap or inter-penetrate. These are the points of attrition, erosion, uncertainty, loss and gain; and are generally c...
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