:: by Maurice Tomlinson :: The island of Grenada is probably best known for the 1983 US-led invasion. However this beautiful tropical paradise also called the “Spice Isle” for the abundant nutmeg trees, as well as the exotic feel of
:: by Kimani Parke :: What is it to love without fear? How does it feel to love without prejudice? The sad and unfortunate reality is that many LGBT persons living in Grenada have no idea what this feels like.
:: by eARTh :: Imagine going to one location to get top quality items created by young Grenadians! Well then, imagine the Youth Produce Market on December 19th 2015. This event is organized by eARTh, a new creative movement. Interested in selling your creations?
Groundation Grenada and GrenCHAP will be presenting at a special hearing at the The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) on Monday 19th October 5:45pm to report on the criminalization of relations between persons of the same sex. The hearings
Is litigation around the criminalisation and lack of recognition of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people, currently possible in the countries of the eastern Caribbean? This was the main question under interrogation as lawyers joined
Make A Pledge Today! After Grenada’s national library closed its doors in 2010, a group of concerned citizens got together to launch a community-run library, Mt. Zion Library on Melville St., St.George’s. In just two years, we’ve grown at a phenomenal rate (now with over
:: by Ayisha John :: Camp G.L.O.W. 2015 is all I can think about now that we are winding town to the final days of our online fundraising campaign and diligently pursuing the last bits of sponsorship we need from local
We posted earlier on our Facebook page about the live radio discussion hosted by Real FM Grenada on LGBTI rights in Grenada. For those of us who could not for whatever reason listen in or call in, we’ve prepared a
:: by Kimalee Phillip :: Photo: Migrant Workers, 1935 by Granger In the April 17th issue of Now Grenada Mr. Lincoln Depradine’s wrote an article titled, “More Jobs in Canada for Grenadians” yet the article failed to address any concrete
:: by Ilse Marel :: I believe that inside everyone, there is purity, goodness and an amazing potential waiting to be discovered. Sometimes, we just need the right tools to get it out. My tool is meditation and that’s why I