Violence and you

The pursuit of likes and interactions on social media has led to a dangerous situation where bystanders find it amusing to watch incidents of violence occurring against people without doing anything to help in these situations

Food Bank

GrenCHAP  provides a steady supply of food to the PLHIV community to improve nutrition. Many PLHIV’s are poverty stricken or come from poverty stricken households, due to under employment or unemployment and subjected to stigma and discrimination…

International Women’s Day 2021

Since the beginning of time, women have demonstrated their strength, resilience and overall ability to thrive in any environment

A crisis of sexual assault and rape among people in Grenada

The narrative presented in a recently published newspaper article “A crisis of homosexuality among people in Grenada” does not address the underlying issues of the case. Instead, it perpetuates misinformation and misunderstanding about an already demonised community.

International Day of Tolerance: 16 November

Modern-day Grenada, and by extension the Caribbean, grapples with matters of intolerance and acceptance of LGBTQ people. Our postcolonial region has been structured on a premise where anything outside of narrow traditional relationship dynamics is deemed unacceptable

The cost of doing it for the likes

Recently there has been an increase in darker social media activities. People have found it entertaining to debase, bully, and slander others.

17 May is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) has been observed globally since 2004, to commemorate the removal of homosexuality from the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems — a big step in acknowledging the validity of all individuals regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Culture or Callousness

By definition, calypso is supposed to be a genre of music that tackles key political and social issues arising in a country. Finley Jeffrey also known as “Scholar” produced a thinly veiled personal attack in his calypso titled “Pum Pum.”


Poem by by Mathew Anthony

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

17 May is recognised by many across the world as the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, or IDAHO for short.