St Maarten is (or was) the land of salt contrary to sugar, which was the main Caribbean export article during the unholy period of slavery back when.
Category - Heritage
Lasana M.Sekou On Importance Of Salt On St Maarten
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Daniella Jeffry discusses the challenges of living under colonial domination on the Oral Gibbes television show.
St Maarten in Retrospect 2010 (Part 3 of 3)
One hour TV broadcast from Sint Maarten’s Day November 11th, 2010 from the Philipsburg Cultural Center in St. Maarten. (Part 3 of 3)
Paradise Discovered: The Unbreakable Virgin Islanders (Official Movie Trailer)
Documentary by Peter Bailey’s in his highly-anticipated “Paradise Discovered” series capturing the voices of hurricane survivors...
It’s now almost two years since hurricane Irma devastated St. Martin. We take a critical look at the state of Simpson Bay Lagoon today.
Teacher and historian Ms. Daniella Jeffry lecturing about the importance of bloodline and heritage at the SXM Grassroots festival. Video by Miguel...
Vintage 8mm film footage of carnival in St. Maarten in 1980.
A series of selected images of the St Maarten salt pond then and now. Video by Governor of Sint Maarten.
Daniella Jeffry on colonial domination of St. Maarten people. Video by Oral Gibbes
Music video with music by Connis vanter Pool showing
The making of the coal keel By Jimmy