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March 7, 2007

The Idakeda Group uses Traditional Carnival Characters for schools Intervention Programme

Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber a production based on an original script by author cultural activist and award winning actress Eintou Pearl Springer
November 9, 2006

Former Poet Laureate performs at Oscar Ritchie Hall

As the music begins to play awardwinning poet Eintou Pearl Springer reads her words aloud
November 8, 2006

Eintou Pearl Springer performs in Kiva with help from daughter

A drum held around a musicians shoulder is being played in the corner of the stage A barefoot woman dressed all in white dances while holding a broom her red lipstick the only color on her body She lets her body flow freely while feeling the music of the drum An emotionfilled voice songlike begins to read
October 11, 2006

The Idakeda Group works with the Carib Community for Amerindian Heritage Day

The Carib Community celebrates the seventh 7th anniversary of the granting of a date by the government of Trinidad and Tobago in honour of the Heritage of the First Peoples of Trinidad and Tobago and the ability of the Karina Carib First Peoples Santa Rosa Community in Arima to survive
September 29, 2006

WORKS OF CARIBBEAN POET AND AUTHOR EINTOU PEARL SPRINGER NOW ONLINE

The IDAKEDA Group is pleased to announce the launch of its website WWWIDAKEDAGROUPCOM The website provides information on the body of work amassed by Poet Laureate of Port of Spain Eintou Pearl Springer
September 26, 2006

IDAKEDA WORKS WITH THE SPOKEN WORDORAL TRADITION TO HOST EDUCATIONAL AND FUNFILLED WORKSHOPS AS PART OF CARIFESTA IX CELEBRATIONS

An invitation was extended to schools around the country for some of their students to participate in a series of workshops as part of the programme of activities for Carifesta IX
September 22, 2006

The First Peoples and CARIFESTA Trinidad and Tobago takes over the chairmanship of the Council of Indigenous Peoples

In the 1970s The Indigenous People founded their very own Secretariat after a conference was held in St Vincent since then the Secretariat was hosted by many Caribbean countries Guyana who has been the host for the past ten 10 years will now pass the baton to Trinidad and Tobago
September 21, 2006

NETTLEFORD TO GIVE TRIBUTE TO LOUISE BENNETT AT CARIFESTA IX SYMPOSIA LAUNCH

Premier regional artiste and academic Professor Rex Nettleford of Jamaica will launch the CARIFESTA IX Symposia at 10 am on Saturday September 23
September 19, 2006

IDAKEDA WORKS WITH THE CIRCLE OF POETS FOR THE SPOKEN WORD ORAL TRADITION

The Spoken Word and the Women of the Oral Tradition will honour Jamaican Spoken Word and Storytelling Caribbean Icon Louise Ms Lou Bennett
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