You’re never Indian or Caribbean enough
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Roti, doubles, Chutney music - is Indo-Caribbean culture under threat?

Indian people have been living in the Caribbean for more than 180 years, but Chandani Persaud, founder of Indo-Caribbean London, says that their contribution to the West Indies is overlooked, and they are often excluded by the Asian community.

Fearing that young British Indo-Caribbeans are turning away from their culture, she is single-handedly organising the UK’s first Indo-Caribbean festival.

Video journalist: Asian Network's Nalini Sivathasan

Series Producer: Anisa Subedar

  • 05 Aug 2019
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