During enslavement the Sunday Market represented a place of sharing, engagement and freedom. The enslaved used the marketplace to share their possessions/fruits of their labor and engage with one another about various occurrences in the plantation. Similarly, The Sunday Market Network is a Trinidad based media space where young individuals can freely share their knowledge and engage in respectful and insightful discourse on social matters of importance OR on topics such as:

1) Economics

2) Law

3) Politics/International Relations

4) History

5) Science & Technology

6) Culture & Arts

As the premier hub for youth driven and fact-based content, we aim to :

  • Provide spaces for Caribbean youth to share their knowledge on issues.
  • Be a reliable and ethical source of information for young adults.
  • Encourage respectful/thought-provoking conversations amongst young adults.