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  1. Michele Moss Jones
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    As someone who was raised inTrinidad by a Trinidadian mother I will always claim that side of my heritage. Yet I will also continue to denounce the hypocrisy of its backward laws. People asked me if I will move back to Trinidad. My answer is when Trinidad moves forward in time and I can be myself.

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