More than a century ago many families left India to work on sugar plantations in the Caribbean. Their presence transformed Caribbean societies economically, socially and politically. This is a story about a socio-political attempt in Trinidad and Tobago to dismantle sugar based communities by dismantling the sugarcane industry. This is a story echoing the pains of a group of people associated with the sugar cane industry.
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