Embassy supports “Student Empowerment Peace Over Violence” caravan

U.S. Embassy Chaguanas Liaison Deputy Public Affairs Officer Michael Barrera greets Cpl. Jacey Small

The U.S. Embassy congratulates and supports the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service Central Division Community Police in hosting its first school caravan “Student Empowerment Peace Over Violence” at the Chaguanas North Secondary school on Friday, March 9.

An initiative to find solutions to violent behavior through the use of motivational speakers and performers, the caravan will travel to and benefit schools in Central Trinidad.

U.S. Embassy Chaguanas Liaison Deputy Public Affairs Officer Michael Barrera attended the launch, which was led by Cpl. Jacey Small, an Embassy exchange program alumnus. Other participating exchange program alumni included Derron Sandy from Two Cents Movement and Adrian Sealey of the Ryo Dan Dojo.

U.S. Embassy Chaguanas Liaison Deputy Public Affairs Officer Michael Barrera speaking to students at the Caravan.