Friday, 20 April 2018 17:23

I and I in Iere Land – The Rastafarian Movement And Ganja Use In T&T

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On Thursday evening, the National Trust of Trinidad and Tobago hosted a historical lecture entitled "I and I in Iere Land," looking at the history of Rastafarianism in this country.

Guest lecturer Tyehimba Salandy gave an in-depth history of the emergence of the movement locally, and also touched on one of the more controversial aspects of the religion - the use of marijuana.

Janine Browne reports.






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