- published: 28 Sep 2015
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‘Pure Culture’ a View of Life in Grenada, the Hidden Gem of the Caribbean Grenada, renowned for friendly, kind locals who smile on the inside and out, enjoys a vibrant culture surrounded by beautiful beaches, waterfalls, rainforest, spectacular gardens, ancient forts and plantations. Numerous local festivals ignite the spirit of the nation, with unique carnivals in both Carriacou and Grenada. To name but a few, Carriacou’s Big Drum Festival, Fisherman’s Birthday, and Drumming in the Moonlight... these along with the unique maritime culture of Petite Martinique, highlight the warmth and fun loving nature of the people. Surrounded by the glorious Caribbean Sea there are many events at waters edge, the most important of which is the Annual Workboat Regatta. There on the beach of Grand Ans...
Matthew Hamilton visits Caribs Leap in the Eastern Caribbean island of Grenada. This location is deeply symbolic of the human history of the continent of America as it marks the end of the indigenous Kalinago or Carib population on the island. What is particularly striking is the manner in which that culture came to an end. In 1561 the remaining Carib population opted for mass suicide by jumping onto the rocks below them in preference to surrender to the invading French army. This video was produced as part of the travel blog Fuego Y Agua - Journeys of Hope and Fear in America (www.fuegoyagua.com)
Nutmeg and sugar cane or music of the rastafari? Typical Caribbean! Our Playlist for the Caribbean: https://goo.gl/QnJtGS Subscribe to our channel for more travels: https://goo.gl/tIk2Qc Follow wocomo on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wocomo/ Grenada is the nature and spice island – the world's largest nutmeg producer and also a large cocoa bean grower. Guadeloupe, on the other hand, is a French colony and has an incredible culinary tradition. This is where the term “Creole cuisine” comes from, which is characterised by French, Indian and African influences. Here we had the opportunity to enjoy the world champion chef’s menu with him in person. St. Vincent & the Grenadines is a natural paradise with black beaches, on which the film “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Blac...
NSCC and TA Marryshow Community College in Grenada have been working for the past few years on a partnership in creative and culture industries. This short documentary highlights the focus of this projects and features the beauty, grace and energy of Grenada's creative and cultural side! (CARICOM Education for Employment Programme: CAR-03 Institutional Partnership)
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This short video produced by NSCC Radio & Television Journalism student Nic Meloney features the NSCC Cultural Entrepreneurship & Documentation Program in Grenada with NSCC and T.A. Marryshow Community College student and faculty participants.
Chips or chips? Algerson shares the humor in adapting to American culture, the warmth of Grenada's people, and the music that raised him. Tune into the song that sums up his cultural experience, "Wanna Be Loved" by Buju Banton. Algerson works under re-purposing/repackaging with the VOD/New Media Department under Discovery Networks. 2009 Multi-Cultural Alliance "Diversity" Initiative http://DiscoDiversity.com Places to travel. Discovery Channel celebrates Diversity through Music! Produced by Opiyo Okeyo Web Design: Jimmy Versace Music: Kasiemba
In May 2014, five NSCC students and two faculty visited partner institution T.A. Marryshow Community College in Grenada. The group prepared, conducted and documented interviews with members of the local business community as well as with persons involved in local masquerade traditions. The students then analyzed collected data and video and audio recordings and identified a number of potential small business opportunities as well as relevant case studies. This program is part of the ongoing Government of Canada funded NSCC project under the CARICOM Education for Employment (C-EFE) Program that is managed by Colleges and Institutes Canada (formerly ACCC). This short video was produced by NSCC Screen Arts Student Hailey Dewtie.
Please watch: "BWTM LIVE | BWTM SPORTS | BWTM GAMING "THE TRINITY"" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-SVSYhES-8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- In this interview about Culture,Sport and Mindset in Grenada Ingram Jones talks about his dream of coaching cricket in the caribbean, and being on the island of Grenada, the various challenges and mindsets with shocking revelations. Even hear the truth about Olympic and World 400 Metre Athlete Kirani James. You dont need to be a fan of sport but if you love community, community building or to get a better insight as to what is really going on, this interview is for you. Uncut and speaking from the heart. www.bayloricworldwide.com www.ingramjones.com
Having discussed the ECCU Growth Action Plan, social partners in Grenada are of the view that the education curriculum needs to be revised to encourage innovative thinking; individuals need to be trained to meet market needs and efforts must be made to create a culture of self-reliance which will feed into a culture of entrepreneurship
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I want to dance the cacao ('coco'), I want to shine the cacao ('coco'). UNESCO's Caribbean Youth Forum on Intangible Cultural Heritage in Grenada (20 to 24 November 2012). Description: The Coco Dance was a way that the enslaved people's at the estates in Grenada adapted in face of the hard work demanded of them. The task was to shine the cacao (coffee beans). *To be revised