Trinidad Poet: Lasana Philbert

The last time we highlighted Lasana on TriniInXisle, he had just concluded his inaugural book of poetry. He is a Trinidadian poet and is out now with a second collection of poetry. Enjoy!

Gate at Mother Emanuel AME

Day 3: Charleston South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina was originally called Charles Towne (for Charles II). The town was established by English colonists in 1670 on the west bank of the Ashley river, thus beginning the colonization of South Carolina. In 1722, it was briefly incorporated as Charles City and Port, and in 1783 it was reincorporated as Charleston.

Racial Equity Starts With You

Racial Equity Starts With YOU!

We all need to stand up. Racial equity starts with you; today and the next day until the constructed systemic apparatus of racism is dismantled. All lives don’t matter, until Black Lives Matter! We all have to learn to become Anti-Racist.

Natalie Wonder Woman

Trini’s Livin’ In Xisle: Natalie St. Louis

The series titled Trini’s Livin’ In Xisle is meant to highlight the narratives, experiences and achievements of Trinidadians and Tobagonians residing overseas. The purpose of this series is to showcase these Trinbagonians and share their enunciated stories with the world!

Trini In Xisle Trinidad

Why I Started TriniInXisle?

As most of you know my name is Kirt Morris and I am the owner of Trini In Xisle. What you may not know is the origin story and why I started TriniInXisle.