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Mar 31

Welcome to Let's Talk About It


Edited: Mar 31

It’s great to have you here! Introduce yourself below and feel free to share anything - stories, ideas, pictures or whatever is on your mind.


These forums are where we will be most active. Do you feel that you have something that needs to be talked about? Leave a comment or share a post!



Mar 31

Hello Talkers,


My name is Jahleel Castagne and I have started this podcast and website to hear what you have to say. Join me as I go around Trinidad and talk to prominent figures about our local customs and issues. I will be keeping a close eye on these forums to listen to the feedback that I get from you. Who do you think should be interviewed? What do you think should be discussed? What are the questions or issues that you feel are being ignored? How can we make this show and website better? Nothing is off limits. So lets here what you have to say.


Feel free to introduce yourself to the community below. You can use a nickname or Alias if you like.


100% for trinbagonians by trinbagonians.

Jul 2Edited: Aug 31

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