Dr Gill's nephew, Colin Sam, . He was born and raised in Kingstown and speaks about the educational systems in both Sandy Bay and Kingstown. The interview was conducted in March 2012 by filmmaker Andrea Leland with Fabian Guerra on camera and Nikki Goldman transcribing outside a church in Sandy Bay, a Carib village in St Vincent, West Indies. Transcript: 5 pages. Interview: 15:01 minutes.
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Sam, Colin and Leland, Andrea E., "Interview with Colin Sam" (2012). Yurumein - Homeland. 3.