• 06 Oct, 2022

The Experiences of ICC International Visitors Touring Trinidad

The Experiences of ICC International Visitors Touring Trinidad

The Experiences of ICC International Visitors Touring Trinidad INVITATION TO OUR 114th ICC ZOOM PUBLIC MEETING

The Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre, with its weekly Sunday ZOOM Public Meetings, has initiated another pioneering and landmark project to visit countries in the Indian Diaspora that have experienced indentureship.    

This is another non-profit project intended to bring people in the Indian Diaspora physically together, as well as those interested in Indian Diaspora history, heritage and culture. On Friday, we had more than 55 persons going Nelson Island, which is one of 30 destination sites being visited during our 8-day tour of Trinidad. We have visitors from all over the world with us, including India, Fiji, South Africa, United States, England, Suriname and Guyana. This is truly an international tour of visitors in Trinidad as we speak.    

Please join us THIS SUNDAY for the 114th weekly ICC ZOOM Public Meeting, August 7, 2022 at (1.00 p.m. Belize), (3.00 p.m. New York/Eastern time), (3.00 p.m. Trinidad/Atlantic time), (3.00 p.m. Guyana), (4.00 p.m. Suriname), (8.00 p.m. England), (9.00 p.m. South Africa), (Sun 12 midnight, India, ND), (Mon 7.00 a.m. Fiji).    

  TOPIC:    

Experiences of ICC International Visitors Touring Trinidad    

SPEAKERS:    

VIRANDRA SINGH    (USA/South Africa) - Philanthropist and Founder of The Indian Association, The Sikh Association, and Indian festival in Santa Barbara, USA.    

SHOWBI ALLY    (England) - Interests in Sociology, Culture, Race, History and British Colonialism. Dissertation on Migration and Indentured Labour on Indo-Guyanese identity    

DRS. RADJIN BALDEW    (Suriname) - Retired medical doctor, now running a family lumber business. Vice-president of the OHM and Executive of Suriname Wood Association    

HEMWATTIE PERMAUL    (Guyana) - Executive to the Director, University of Guyana Berbice Campus. Pursuing her MBA in Business Administration at West Fort University    

CHERRY ANN RAJKUMAR    (Trinidad) - Attorney who practises highly contentious matters in civil law and legal research. Has ancestral roots in India, Trinidad, Scotland and Guyana.    

Followed by Q&A    

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