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Freedom Morning Come recreates the spirit of anticipation and anger of a group of Africans who have travelled to hear the Proclamation read. As they gather on August 1st, 1834, each one shares the story of his or her suffering, resistance and survival.

Eintou attends the historic conference.

Idakeda teams up with the Circle of Poets of Trinidad and Toabago to put on the first ever National Poetry Festival. The event kicked off at the National Museum in Port of Spain, Trinidad on October 15th featuring the headline performer son of the soil, Roger Bonair-Agard based in New York. A wonderful start to a week of celebration of oral tradition and innovation.

Poet Laureate of Port of Spain, Eintou Pearl Springer shares her poetry at the Blue Edition, Tapia House, Tunapuna,Trinidad.

Eintou works her storytelling magic with young people in London, July 2012.

Eintou Springer performs at a recent Information and Testing fair hosted by the Ministry of the People and Social Development.

Poets House readings, New York.

Photos of Dara Healy interacting with children.

Photos of Dara in action.

December 8, 2016

Freedom Morning Come

December 8, 2016

First World Summit of African Descendants, Honduras

December 8, 2016

First Annual National Poetry Festival

December 8, 2016

Eintou’s reading at Blue Edition

December 8, 2016

Eintou’s cultural workshops for young people in London

December 8, 2016

Eintou shares her poetry at HIV AIDS information and testing event

December 8, 2016

Eintou Reads at Poets House, New York

December 8, 2016

Dara tells stories

December 8, 2016

Dara Healy hosts Roger Bonaire-Agard’s ‘Gully Lovely’

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