The Relationship Between the African and Indian Ethnic Groups in Trinidad and Tobago and their Attention to the Island’s Indigenous History
Attempts by dominant ethnic groups in Trinidad and Tobago to achieve ethnic harmony without first acknowledging the indigenous heritage of the islands would be futile.
||Caribbean, African and Indian Trinbagonians, Indigenous, Culture and Identity, Global Identity, Emancipation and Arrival, Equity, Diversity
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.29-36.
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Camille Nakhid was born and grew up in Trinidad and Tobago. She is of multiple heritage including Carib, African and Indian. Camille has a BSc (New York) and an EdD (Auckland). She is currently a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. Her research interests include the process of identifying indigenous peoples, refugees as communities, equity, and the academic achievement of ethnic students.
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