Eintou still sees inequalities in education media social policy and culture in Trinidad Tobago

The education system still has not made accessible to African children the fact that they have made contributions to the development of society What African child knows about the Canboulay riots and that early Carnival came out of the belly of the East Dry River as a form of cultural resistance and cultural retention The education system does not enforce a sense of self and the Carnival has gone westward Express Woman interviews Eintou about her thoughts on Emancipation

"The education system still has not made accessible to African children the fact that they have made contributions to the development of society. What African child knows about the Canboulay riots and that early Carnival came out of the belly of the East Dry River as a form of cultural resistance and cultural retention? The education system does not enforce a sense of self and the Carnival has gone westward…"

Idakeda's Creative Force, Eintou Pearl Springer was featured on the cover of the 'Express Woman' this Sunday, giving an extensive interview about her thoughts on Emancipation and the progress made in Trinidad and Tobago towards greater equality for people of African Heritage.

In her view, important gains have been made but there is still much to be achieved.

Read the full text of the interview here.

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