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Thelma

Meet Thelma, a school teacher who was raised in Marchand, Castries. Listen as she speaks of her up bringing, her achievements, her strong hard-working mother and her dreadlocks. “When you hear of the Marchand community and Marchand, there is a lot of negative connotation.

Alishia

“I am considering getting married but my friends and family are telling me that I should hold back because I am young.  However, I believe that if someone is mature enough to have sex then he/she should do it the biblical way through marriage.  I don’t want

Anna

“I don’t like my natural hair.  It’s not beautiful and so I almost always have it covered and would never leave the house without my weave.  However, I recently took my weave out so that I can re-do it for my birthday in October.

Kalif the Poet

We met Kalif, a young budding poet on the streets of Castries. He offered the following poem entitled ‘Love Enough’. Hope that you enjoy. Thanks to Benjamin Thomassin of Presh Production who permit us to use his studio for this photograph. Love Enough If

Della

…of such is the Kingdom of Heaven. Share this on WhatsApp

Balyé

Today at your local market. ‘Balyé’.  A balyé is a broom but is there a specific kwéyol term for this small broom? Share this on WhatsApp

Najna

“Growing up, I was very rude.  I gave my mother a really hard time. I did certain things that I regretted but I guess that I learnt a lesson at the end of the day.  I have changed though.  It was roughly 2 years

Bananes Bay

This morning we stopped at Bananes Bay, La Toc Road and got a few shots.  The people were generally friendly and welcoming except for that one guy who didn’t like my camera’s flash or so he claimed.  Special thanks to Randall, Robin, Gary, and