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Thursday, 16 February 2017 18:27

Soca In B Square: Artistes Speak Out Against Violence Against Women

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Numerous artistes are raising their voices on the issue of violence against women. And for these artistes the stage is the ideal platform for them to speak out against gruesome acts committed on women.

 

Soca artistes Blaxx, Orlando Octave and reigning Chutney Monarch Omardath Maraj were some of the artistes who spoke out against violence against women during their performances at Soca in B Square on Thursday.

Cherrylene Lewis reports.

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