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dc.creatorJoanne Haynes
dc.date2019
dc.date.accessioned2020-12-17T11:31:21Z
dc.date.available2020-12-17T11:31:21Z
dc.identifierColl-1848/19-0154
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12734/52532
dc.descriptionJoanne Haynes, Trinidadian educator, film-maker and published, award-winning writer, is a Commonwealth Short Story Finalist, Winner of the Derek Walcott Prize for Children’s Literature and the recipient of a Lifetime Award for Literature from the National Library of Trinidad and Tobago (NALIS). She has published three books and is currently working on her fourth and first non-fiction. She has directed, written andproduced two films - ‘The Fallen People of the Black Land’ - an animated short that was an official selection of the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival and the Anime Caribe Film Festival and ‘Legends Revisited’ a documentary short that premiered at the Cannes Pan-African Film Festival and was an official selection of the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival. She lives in South Trinidad with her family.
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dc.subjectMinorities
dc.subjectCivil Rights
dc.titleTest 2 Use DO ID number Papers on Jean-Baptiste Philippe and St. Luce Philip, Edinburgh university students, by Joanne Haynes, 2019 AIP
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