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  • a special place in the Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology He said that both countries share a common history beginning with slavery indentureship and emancipation Theatre expert of Suriname Henk Tjon showing Minister of Culture Youth and Sport Dr Frank Anthony some art work While we are living here with each
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  • Indentureship took us to the Orient the Far East as we so often refer to it Globalisation is not new to us and the impact of the Orient is felt far and wide in our Caribbean heritage
  • Indentureship was not restricted to the Far East Portuguese indentureship is decidedly important to defining who we are as a people Caribbean and Vincentian
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  • 1619 ~ Jamestown SC First 20 Africans kidnapped and forced into indentureship
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  • a few who arrived and served a full or abbreviated indentureship Syed Abdul Aziz of Iere Village came to Trinidad in 1883 from Afghanistan Ruk***en Meah a Punjabi of Tunupuna arrived in 1893 and Hafiz Nazruddeen of Tunapuna came to Trinidad in 1913 These were some of the indentured immigrants who assisted in the reconstitution of Islam The unlettered immigrants
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  • Indian Indentureship Exhibition A Glimpse into the Past 13 06 2007
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  • Legacy of our Ancestors Part 1 of 6 The Indian Presence in Trinidad and Tobago 1845-1917 done by Premiere Video Productions If you're interested in purchasing the full DVD please contact: qualitycreationsinfo@ or ktelevision@
  • Legacy of our Ancestors Part 4 of 6 The Indian Presence in Trinidad and Tobago 1845-1917 done by Premiere Video Productions If you're interested in purchasing the full DVD please contact: qualitycreationsinfo@ or ktelevision@
  • Movie: Guiana 1838 Trailer Movie: Guiana 1838 Historical Movie on Indian Indentureship Amidst the Aftermath of Slavery in countries such as Guyana, Trinidad, Suriname, Jamaica, Fiji, Mauritius and other parts of the West Indies and the Caribbean. Now on DVD Guiana 1838 The Movie www.guiana1838.com Have you ever wondered how Indians and Africans ended up in Guyana, Trinidad, Suriname, Fiji, Mauritius and other parts of the West Indies and the world - over? Were your ancestors brought from Africa or India to work the land? Are your grand parents, great grand parents or great - great grand parents originally from India or Africa? If so, then this is your story. The story of our people who were brought from places such as India and Africa as Indentured - laborers and slaves. Indian indentureship started because when slavery was abolished the cultivation of sugar cane came to a stand - still. The freed slaves brought in from Africa refused to work the plantations resulting in a large - scale labor void on the colonies in countries such as Guyana, Trinidad, Jamaica, Fiji, Mauritius, Suriname and other parts of the West Indies and the Caribbean. In order to save their plantations from ruin, British plantation owners wrote to India requesting that "Coolies" be shipped as human cargo to labor on the plantations under a system known as Indian indentureship. Under the system, the British planters lied to the British Parliament that the Indians would be paid for their work and proper housing, schools and ...
  • Pilgrimage to Freedom A photo slideshow from the historic 50-kilometre Pilgrimage to Freedom trek of migrant workers in Canada set to Gil Scott-Heron's 2010 release, "I'm New Here".
  • Legacy of Our Ancestors Part 2 of 6 The Indian Presence in Trinidad and Tobago 1845 - 1917 done by Premiere Video Productions If you're interested in purchasing the full DVD please contact: qualitycreationsinfo@ or ktelevision@
  • Chutney dance.avi Local Trinidadian dancer displaying some of the moves for tassa music, native to india and Brought to trinidad by east indian ancestors during the indentureship period.
  • IN2010 40 Million People Wont Be Wrong IN2010 40 million people wont be wrong. For further information and to become a supporter log on to www.in2010.org. ITS more than a group of islands with warm friendly people and beautiful sandy beaches. Its philosophy has gone beyond the dictates of sadness or joy, mundane or academia. Its a living, breathing dynamic magical phenomenon of vitality and diversity which has distant itself from First World understanding. If indeed there is such a thing as First World, as opposed to Third World, then one only has to feel the pulse of the Caribbean to see that the latter does not apply. The nourishment is in the infectious rhythms which have been propelling some 30 million people since slavery and indentureship. The musical idioms are second to none, stronger than many and as great as any. It is with this knowledge that Caribbean Idol Co. Ltd. got its vision for Caribbean artistes Caribbean people.
  • J4MW Pilgrimage to Freedom: Breaking the Chains of Indentureship www.justicia4 On October 10, 2010, migrant workers and their allies participated in a historic march from Leamington to Windsor, Ontario to call attention to the living and working conditions of migrant workers who grow and process our food. Migrant workers demanded status, an end to exorbitant recruitment fees, better housing, safe working conditions and an end to racism and ***ism in the workplace.
  • Legacy of Our Ancestors Part 6 of 6 The Indian Presence in Trinidad and Tobago 1845-1917 done by Premiere Video Productions. If you're interested in purchasing the full DVD please contact: qualitycreationsinfo@ or ktelevision@
  • Legacy of Our Ancestors Part 3 of 6 The Indian Presence in Trinidad and Tobago 1845-1917 done by Premiere Video Productions If you're interested in purchasing the full DVD please contact: qualitycreationsinfo@ or ktelevision@
  • IN2010 40 Million People Wont Be Wrong (HQ) IN2010 40 million people wont be wrong. For further information and to become a supporter log on to www.in2010.org. ITS more than a group of islands with warm friendly people and beautiful sandy beaches. Its philosophy has gone beyond the dictates of sadness or joy, mundane or academia. Its a living, breathing dynamic magical phenomenon of vitality and diversity which has distant itself from First World understanding. If indeed there is such a thing as First World, as opposed to Third World, then one only has to feel the pulse of the Caribbean to see that the latter does not apply. The nourishment is in the infectious rhythms which have been propelling some 30 million people since slavery and indentureship. The musical idioms are second to none, stronger than many and as great as any. It is with this knowledge that Caribbean Idol Co. Ltd. got its vision for Caribbean artistes Caribbean people.
  • Assassination of Minister Satyadeow Sawh About 18 persons were executed, including the assassination of Minister Satyadeow Sawh, and the simultaneous triple murders of his brother, Rajpat Rai Sawh, sister Pulmattie Persaud and security guard Curtis Robertson, using the arsenal stolen from the Army.
  • Once more removed - British India Shundell Prasad. a young woman fled Guyana, grew up in New York and studied at the Film School, New York University. Since childhood -- when she was told of her Indian origin -- she wanted to know where she was born and why she was not in India.
  • Legacy of Our Ancestors Part 5 of 6 The Indian Presence in Trinidad and Tobago 1845-1917 done by Premiere Video Productions If you're interested in purchasing the full DVD please contact: qualitycreationsinfo@ or ktelevision@
  • In memory of the Jahagis A video presentation outlining the arrival of East Indian Indentured labourers to Trinidad during the period 1845 to 1917. This presentation was done for Indian Arrival Day celebrations at St Augustine South Government Primary School (SASGPS). The background music is in Hindi and is based on Psalms 91: "He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust." I think the person singing is Anil Kant.
  • British India Shundell Prasad. a young woman searching for her India's roots from Guyana
  • Mera Bharat Kahan?! - Indo-Jamaican Patois (2) "Mera Bharat Kahan?!" is a set of videos dedicated to the Hindustani community of Jamaica. Series A deals with vocabulary specific to Indo-Jamaican Patois. By Indo-Jamaican Patois, I refer to the dialect of Jamaican Patois spoken by the Hindustani community of Jamaica. It differs from normal Patois in the inclusion of a considerable amount of vocabulary derived from Hindi, Urdu, and Bhojpuri. God willing, I will upload more soon!
  • Mera Bharat Kahan?! - Indo-Jamaican Patois (1) "Mera Bharat Kahan?!" is a set of videos dedicated to the Hindustani community of Jamaica. Series A deals with vocabulary specific to Indo-Jamaican Patois. By Indo-Jamaican Patois, I refer to the dialect of Jamaican Patois spoken by the Hindustani community of Jamaica. It differs from normal Patois in the inclusion of a considerable amount of vocabulary derived from Hindi, Urdu, and Bhojpuri. God willing, I will upload more soon!
  • Jahaji Bhai - Brother Marvin - Trinidad and Tobago Calypso / Soca Download this MP3 Here - Artist: Brother Marvin Title: Jahaji Bhai (Brotherhood of the Boat) Alblum: JW Ragga Soca Hits 96' Year: 1996 Genre: Calypso / Soca Brother Marvin placed 2nd in the Calypso Monarch with this song in 1996. Considered a classic by most Trinbagonians due to its multicultural sentiments. Lyrics: Kumayah Zindawey Ayayo I am the seed of mih father He is the seed of mih grandfather Who is the seed of Bahut Ajah [great grandfather] He came from Calcutta A stick and a bag on he shoulder He turban and he kapra So I am part seed of India, India. Chorus: The indentureship and the slavery Bind together two races in unity [Achcha dosti - good friend] There was no more Mother Africa No more Mother India, just Mother Trini [Jananbhoomi] My Bahut Ajah planted sugarcane Down in the Caroni plain Ramlogan, Basdeo, Prakash and I, Jahaji Bhai Brotherhood of the boat, Jahaji Bhai Brotherhood of the boat, Jahaji Bhai I would be ah disgrace to Allah If I choose race, creed or colour Bahut Ajah had to make that journey For I to have Zindagee [life] So it is ah great privilege To have such unique heritage Fifty percent Africa, fifty percent India, India I have "do chuttee" [two holidays] Emancipation and Arrival Day [Aant bhala so bhala] Since Fatel Rozack made the journey 150 years gone already [Bahut achcha -very good] Whether you're Hindu, Muslim or Christian Let's walk this land hand in hand We could only prosper if we try a Jahaji Bhai Brotherhood of the ...