Trinidad and Tobago has once again been thrown into mourning for another murdered woman – just two months shy from reports of Ashanti Riley’s death, 23 year old Andrea Bharatt sparked emotions and ways in which the country can protect women.
Several protesters took out their frustration this afternoon by marching around the Queen’s Park Savannah to show solidarity for the dozen of families and women who lost their lives to different acts of crime.
Click the link below showcasing protest action captured live on Facebook by Denise Demming.
Also persons staged another protest this morning on the UBH against the recent spate of murders.
Meanwhile, another protest carded for Monday January 8th will be staged in front of the Parliament building.
Dubbed ‘Call to Action’ hosted by a number of Non-Governmental Organizations and Civil Society groups.