Angelada

  • Making Cities Belong To Those Who Work To Build Them

    Baha’i chair in India looks at urbanisation Of the hundreds of millions of people employed in the informal economy in Indian cities, tens of millions have returned to their rural homes because of the novel coronavirus pandemic. This mass exodus has awakened public consciousness to the precarious condition of...
  • Men And Women Are Like The Wings Of A Bird

    By Angelada How do we address inequalities between women and men on our path to peaceful coexistence? How can we overcome cultural barriers to achieve greater advancement of women? “These are major questions in our country, but there is little consensus on the issues,” said Mohamed Ben Moussa, a...
  • The Bad, the Ugly, the Good!

    Drive along Knutsford Boulevard any week day morning, just above the police station and see the “stoosh” cars double parked as occupants try to do business and fill their hungry stomachs with ‘Juici beef’ meals.  Honestly?  Traffic block! and just above the police station?  Let us hope that the...
  • Vulnerability of our elders

     As I sat in the forum organised for Pan African Day at the University of the West Indies on the afternoon of Friday, May 26, and listened to Dr Bernard, Professor Rupert Lewis, Dr Shani Roper and Earl Moxam speak about renowned journalist Peter Abrahams who was murdered in...