An Introduction with Vinay Harrichan on Being Indo-Caribbean and the History of Indentureship

Aug 30, 2020, 08:21 AM

Join host and producer Vinay as he dives into topics of religion, politics, history, culture, and entertainment concerning a subgroup rarely given attention. The story of Indo-Caribbean people is one of trauma, persistence, and innovation. There needs to be a platform to rectify our past, celebrate our present, and unite us for a beautiful future. This podcast will not stray away from difficult conversations and will approach taboo subjects in a progressive manner. Please come along for the journey, bring your friends and family! Make sure to subscribe, rate this podcast, and follow @cutlasspodcast on Twitter and Instagram. Send your comments and questions to cutlasspodcast@gmail.com. Check out Sae (@saewithjanaally) and The Bollywood Project (@bollyproject) for great content. Follow TP Sounds on Facebook, Apple Podcasts, and YouTube for sick mixes. Look for Jahajee Sisters on Twitter (@JahajeeSisters) and Instagram (@Jahajee_Sisters) to keep up with the work they are doing.

Welcome to The Cutlass, a platform and podcast dedicated solely to the Indo-Caribbean community and other descendants of Indian indentureship. 

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