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Chester Connell


Chester Connell

Chester Connell is a broadcaster, writer, author and student of history whose life, from childhood, has been invested in expressing the vernacular, cultural, historical, ontological and linguistic aspects of the “Caribbean” which resulted in his coining the terms, “Precaribbean”, which he defines as the historical region  “BCE EEE” : Before the Common Era of Eurocentric Ego-based Error, 

the “XCaribbean” - the current time of tremendous transition for the region and the “Postcaribbean” - a polity Chester Connell predicts the region will become by the middle of the twenty-first century. He has produced documentaries celebrating noted nation-builders, Ian Earle Kirby, Augustus Mitchell and Gurney Gibson, among others.
At 19 a reporter for The Vincentian, guided by its Editor, Nora Peacock, Chester switched to broadcasting. Guided by other nation-builders, Jean Duncan and Bernard John, he was soon experiencing every aspect of radio. He co-founded FirstCom Inc. and its radio station First FM 100.5. Chester has cowritten the book entitled "Beyond Survival Advantage Server" along with Michael Nanton. 

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