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A community in Castries uses youth talent to dissolve the negative stigma surrounding their neighborhood.

The Faux-a-chaud Dance team along with singers and artistes from the community hosted a festive street show on Sunday afternoon. The show included children from ages 6 to adults older than 50. It was an artistic fusion of which displayed the talent that residents of Faux-a-Chaud have to offer the world.

Dance coach and organizer Marcus Alexander says this event promotes youth empowerment.

Meanwhile, St.Lucia Labour Party Castries South candidate and Dr.Ernest Hiliare assisted Mr.Alexander in bringing the event to life. Dr.Hilaire says this concert gave the children of the community a chance to exhibit their talent.

Other performers at the event included performances by Faux-a-chaud residents and popular soca personalities Ricky-T and his brother Ambi.
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