The Indigenous People (Carib People) Of Trinidad and Tobago Have Lost Their Queen

The people of Trinidad and Tobago have lost a daughter of the soil in Carib Queen Jennifer Cassar.  That loss is even greater to those who were closest to Ms. Cassar, her friends, family and of course the Indigenous people of Trinidad and Tobago. According to the Newsday News Paper, Ms. Cassar was sixty-six years old and became the Carib Queen in August of 2011.  

When the Carib people celebrated their long fought for one-off holiday on 13th of October 2017, we at Imagefingerprint were privileged to cover the event. We went back into our archives and feature for you, some shots of Carib Queen Jennifer Cassar taking part in the observances in happier times. May her legacy live on. 


                                                                    Ms. Cassar is seen here with Minister Nyan Gadsby-Dolly

  The Carib Queen, Ms. Cassar walks along with the Mayor of Arima, Lisa Morris-Julien, Minister Nyan Gadsby-Dolly and Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley.      In this photo Ms. Cassar is kindly assisted by this young man.                                   

In these two photographs Ms. Cassar, The Carib Queen is seen surrounded by members of the Indigenous community of Arima. 

In this short clip the Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Rowley is seen walking alongside the Carib Queen during celebrations last year to mark the one-off holiday for the Indigenous People of Trinidad and Tobago. 

Another clip featuring Mrs. Cassar.



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