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Jamil Asinia started his media career in Trinidad and Tobago during the heyday of “cut and paste.” In the 1980s, he worked with a collective to publish Soul of the World, written by Trinidad and Tobago Black Power revolutionary Andy Thomas. Translated into French, the book is being used for Islamic studies in France, Algeria, Senegal, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Asinia worked as a graphic designer and entertainment reporter with Share (Toronto ) for six years. In 1996, he moved to New York, where he headed production at The Message, an internationally-distributed Islamic magazine. Asinia has freelanced as a photo-journalist for the Punch (Trinidad and Tobago) and Queens Chronicle (New York).
Lincoln Depradine has worked in journalism, marketing and public relations for 20 years. He has been published by the Grenadian Voice, Toronto Sun and Share (Toronto). He was also sports correspondent for the Caribbean News Agency's radio division, and a regular contributor to, an on-line magazine. Depradine provides marketing and public relations services for numerous community organizations in Toronto, where he lives with his family. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (York University), a diploma in marketing (Seneca College) and a diploma in Mass Communications from the University of the West Indies.

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