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AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. JEROME TEELUCKSINGH, INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN OF THE INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY COORDINATION COMMITTEE

During the waning days of December 2009, JASON THOMPSON, the Historian and Global Promotions Coordinator for International Men’s Day who resides in Australia conducted an interview with DR. JEROME TEELUCKSINGH, Founder of International Men’s Day, History Lecturer at the West Indies University, Trinidad Tobago and Chairman of the International Men’s Day Coordination Committee . . .


JASON THOMPSON:I'd like to take this opportunity to ask you a few questions about men and about International Men's Day so that people may better understand your rationale for creating this day. Part of your rationale for creating International Men's Day is to provide a platform whereby society can highlight examples of men who are honorable, reliable and are oriented to the betterment of community and family. Indeed we could say these aims would constitute a betterment of oneself. This goal is welcomed by people who feel jaded by constant media portrayals of men behaving badly. Have you receive…