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August 3, 2009

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
July 27, 2009

Baby Doll documentary trailer on You Tube Check it Out

The Idakeda documentary which was successfully screened at the Toronto based Caribbean Tales Film Festival now has additional visibility on You Tube
July 24, 2009

Feedback on Idakeda documentary continues to be positive

The Idakeda documentary showcasing its work with young people in crisis Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber Carnival Intervention for the At Risk continues to receive positive feedback from filmmakers and industry workers alike In the attached news release from Caribbean Tales we receive favourable mention
July 20, 2009

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July 13, 2009

Baby Doll documentary well received at Canadian Film Festival

Idakeda was privileged to be part of the 2009 edition of the Caribbean Tales Film Festival in Toronto Canada mingling with Caribbean Film greats such as Festival founder FrancesAnne Solomon Gayelle cofounder Christopher Laird and the legend herself Euzhan Palcy of Martinique the first Caribbean woman Director to receive support for a major Hollywood movie with stars such as Marlon BrandoThe good news is we held our own
July 6, 2009

Idakeda Documentary debuts at Caribbean Film Festival in Canada

The documentary about the Idakeda Intervention technique Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber Carnival Intervention for the At Risk debuts this week at the prestigious Caribbean Tales Film Festival in Canada
June 29, 2009

Intervention brings tears new experiences and future resolutions for students and teachers of the San Fernando East Sec school

I think it was very inspiring and it had me thinking what to do before I think about boys and children Student commentThis was a very enlightening and excellent programme conducted both teachers and students The discussion ensured a self esteem upliftment and the dance was very classy Teacher observation
June 22, 2009

Panel Discussion on Idakeda documentary generates heated debate on teacher evaluation young people in crisis and the need for more youth interventions

Education Consultant Dr Michael Alleyne school Principal Ronald Sanchez and noted novelist Merle Hodge led animated discussion about a number of serious issues in the education system as part of the Emancipation Support Committees 2009 Kwame Ture lecture series The focus of the discussion was the Idakeda documentary Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber Carnival Intervention for the At Risk
June 15, 2009

Eintou to share words of inspiration with the students of the Bishop Anstey East High School

So you with your shining eyes yes I expect you to change the world Who will stand up to negativity dishonesty and to every attempt to wrest that power of your personhood from you whether it is politician popular media or an abusive relationship