FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 1.03.2021
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY WALKOUT
Port of Spain: The violent murders of 18 year-old Ashanti Riley and 23 year-old Andrea Bharatt has brought Trinidad and Tobago to a tipping-point of social action and demands for justice. Ordinary citizens across the country have led protests, marches, rallies, motorcades, strikes, and candle light vigils over the past weeks, demonstrating the type of courage that isrequired by our leaders in this time…
Each year, on 1 December, the world commemorates World AIDS Day. People around the world unite to show support for people living with HIV and to remember those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses.
Each World AIDS Day focuses on a specific theme, which this year will be Global solidarity, shared responsibility. This year’s theme joins a growing list of challenges that World AIDS Day has alerted people to globally.
“In an interview with the Trinidad and Tobago Newsday in…
Today, on #TransgenderDayOfRemembrance, we remember the lives of our brothers and sisters lost to transphobic violence. We remember and honour those who’ve been lost to hatred and prejudice as we remind ourselves of the challenges that transgender people continue to face every single day.
The trans experience is independent of sexual orientation; transgender people may identify as heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, asexual or any part of the LGBTQ+ spectrum. Some may even consider conventional sexual orientation labels inapplicable to them. We…
❤️ Your journey & identity are valid.🧡 Take your time; come out when you’re ready.💛 It’s normal to feel worried.💚 Reach out to someone if you feel burdened.💙 You are loved & supported.💜 Owning your truth may be difficult but it will be worth it.Today, on the heels of #WorldMentalHealthDay, we celebrate the courage it takes to tell the world who you are and celebrate your very existence. Wherever you are in your journey, we love you, we support you…
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Sasha Ann-Moses sings her calypso about how a restraining order being an ineffectual piece of paper and not making a difference to people facing #domesticviolence. Watch the full performance on our Facebook library or YouTube channel, search for: ‘The Silver Lining Foundation’. #IWD2020 #IWD #GenerationEquality‘A Letter of Restraint’ performed by Sasha-Ann MosesWritten and composed by Lawrence PercivalProduced by Junior “IBO” Joseph© 2020
Hosted by: @iwdtt✍️+📹: @brandonkalyan…
As a part of the 16 Days of Activism, the student group, IGDS Ignite (Institute for Gender and Development Studies, St. Augustine Unit) raised awareness of sexual street harassment by Chalking Back!
The Silver Lining Foundation stands in solidarity with the CATCALLS project and their #feminist activism. Women, girls and #LGBTI persons are catcalled and harassed publicly every day.
A significant part of the #activism was education around recognizing what entails consent and knowing when consent is given or not.…
Six delegates compete in the art of gender-illusions for the chance to claim the historic title of Miss Queen of Queens 2019. Produced by: Miss Queen of Queens Pageant Company – Trinidad & Tobago…
With much anticipation DIVA returns: the ultimate drag talent competition in Trinidad where performers use their imagination and creativity to showcase their costumes, lip-sync and dance performances for cash prizes.
Directed By: Raymond Choo KongCo-directed by Anthony Medina & Mervyn de GoeasProduced by Pride TT
In loving memory of Gregory Singh & Raymond Choo Kong
N/B: Due to technical limitations, we apologize for any technical difficulties experienced during this recording.
The launch of our #ConvertHurt: Ending “Conversion Therapy” campaign. “Conversion Therapy,” sometimes known as “reparative therapy,” is a range of dangerous and discredited practices that falsely claim to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.
Part of the campaign premiered the local biographical documentary of Jessica Joseph and her experience with this unique form of persecution. The documentary is funded by our partners at Interarts Foundation, Decides TT and the European Union in Trinidad and Tobago.