DPSU General Secretary Thomas Letang is calling on Dominicans to keep their culture alive, and invest in all Dominican talents, so as to advance the Arts & Entertainment industries in Dominica
General Secretary of the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU) Thomas Letang, is calling on Dominicans to keep their culture alive, and to invest in all Dominican talents, to advance the Arts & Entertainment industries.
Letang says he was impressed with this year’s celebrations, but he expressed some concerns which he wants to see improved. He spoke to Q95 FM on Wednesday.
General Secretary of the Dominica Public Service Union (DPSU), Thomas Letang
Meantime, Chairman of the DPSU, Steve Joseph appears to be disgusted that Dominican event organizers who do not financially compensate and market Dominican Artists and Musicians properly, and instead promote foreign acts with more respect and give them greater compensation.
Joseph is throwing his support behind Event Promoter Leroy Wadix Charles and DFP Leader Kent Vital, who both recently echoed the same sentiments, referencing the hiring of Artist Buju Banton at the 21st Edition of the World Creole Music Festival, and the way he treated the Dominican promoters, MC’s and stage production personnel.
President of the DPSU, Steve Joseph.
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