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OP50 - Rouse, Ivan B. J.
Ivan B. J. Rouse was born in November 1906 and has made a sterling contribution to education in Trinidad and Tobago. As a primary school student, he went through the bursary system, and was the first such student to pass ...
OP26 - Ramkeesoon, Gema
Gema Ramkeesoon is distinguished for her outstanding contribution to community service and social work in Trinidad and Tobago having been associated with many of the country's social work organizations. Her interest in ...
OP17 - Lashley, Althea
Althea Wiltshire Lashley, a trained nurse, worked in Trinidad and Tobago, London and New York. At the time of the interview she was a Supervisor at the Harlem Hospital in New York.
OP81 - Sutherland, Christina
Miss Christina Sutherland, originally from Durham, England, was Principal of Bishop Anstey High School from 1950 to 1964. She was the last of the four non-Trinidadian principals of Bishop Anstey and took the school through ...
OP45 - Leith, Charles; Titus, Rawle; Baptiste, George;
Charles Leith, George Baptiste and Muriel Crookshank all performed the speech band. Leith played the role of commander and Baptiste played the fiddle. Rawle Titus, a school teacher who has studied anthropology, supervised ...
OP84 - Farquhar, Peter
Peter Farquhar, son of Canon Max Farquhar, was born in 1927 in Conakry, Guinea. He was educated at Sangre Grande Government School and Queen's Royal College. He also studied at the London School of Economics and was trained ...
OP14 - Jordan, Alma
Dr Alma Jordan was Campus Librarian of The Main Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad, from 1 to 1989.
OP48 - Abidh, Stella
Dr Stella Piari Abidh, born in Charlieville Chaguanas, is said to have been the first Indian female medical doctor of Trinidad and Tobago. She obtained her medical degree from the University of Toronto and Licentiate of ...
Caribbean Report 14-01-1993
(The British Broadcasting Corporation, 1993-01-14)
In a special address to the Haitian people - American President elect Bill Clinton appealed to Haitians not to travel to the US to seek refugee status. In an effort to restore democracy, improve Human Rights and discourage ...
Caribbean Report 17-01-1995
(The British Broadcasting Corporation, 1995-01-17)
In this report, Cuba pushes for a CARICOM Trade Office to be established in Havana. CARICOM Secretary-General Edwin Carrington indicated that CARICOM was reluctant to take up the offer at this time. Rosie Hayes questioned ...