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African Legacy Tours of Trinidad and Tobago in collaboration with the
National Trust of Trinidad & Tobago and the National Archives of Trinidad
and Tobago present tours to African Heritage Sites.

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August 18, 2014

Eintou tells Traditional African stories for UTT Emancipation celebration

Eintou Springer will regale audiences with her storytelling skills at the Emancipation celebrations of the University of Trinidad and Tobago UTT on Wednesday August 20th Ms Springer will also speak on Resistance to Enslavement
August 4, 2014

Dedicated to imparting the beauty of Africa Express Woman magazine publishes profile on Dara Healy

The sweltering early afternoon heat created an almost unbearable blanket of humidity around the quaint restaurant Dara Ejisu Healy a proud African woman took a long sip of her beverage Ooh this is good she said in her characteristic light pleasant voice Accessorised with Africaninspired pieces and her hair styled in tiny plaits she said This is my journey I have my views and theyre just that Healy is dedicated to imparting the beauty of the African culture and heritage Incidentally she has traces of Amerindian blood in her ancestry
July 21, 2014

Eintou Springers play Freedom Morning Come for Emancipation Morning

Eintou Pearl Springers play Freedom Morning Come will be performed on Friday August 1st at 6 am in front of the Treasury Building as part of the Emancipation Support Committees 2014 Emancipation celebrations The play features a stellar cast including Eunice Alleyne Makesi Algernon Dara Ejisu Healy Sterling Gamma Ghost Kent Brendon Lacaille Muhammad Muwakil Camille Quamina and Tishanna Williams
June 24, 2014

Eintou delivers feature address at Poetry Launch

Eintou Springer will deliver the feature address at the launch of a new book of poems at NALIS on Friday June 27th
June 2, 2014

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February 27, 2014

Kambule 2014 is here

It was Bois Bataille stick fight Bois men and women against the might of the British Constabulary The masqueraders and stickfighters had come out in full force This was not going to be 1880 when Captain Baker had terrorised beaten and arrested them The people were well prepared with a comprehensive battle planThere were sticks stones bottles aplenty More sticks stones and bottles were hidden in the yards ready to be brought out when needed It was February of 1881
July 18, 2013

Eintou researches and writes book on African Heritage sites

Visitors to Trinidad and Tobago now have access to detailed historical and current information about sites which related to the African Heritage of our country
July 8, 2013

Eintou Springer sets record straight over inflammatory newspaper stories

A lecture by Idakedas Creative Force Eintou Springer was recently deliberated taken out of context by one of the daily newspapers of this country She had been speaking during one of the lectures in the Kwame Ture Lecture Series hosted by the Emancipation Support Committee of which she is Cultural Chair Many of the examples she used in her lecture were designed to call for more cultural balance in our education system and for more sensitivity towards the sociocultural needs of young people of African Heritage who come from at risk populations
February 24, 2013

Reviews of Kambule The Street Pageant 2013

Reports are that this year some two thousand people attended Eintous play Kambule commemorating the 1881 riots that saved the Carnival of Trinidad and TobagoWe are grateful for the continued support of our work and are pleased to share some of the reviewsSee you next year
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