Pigeon Island Squatting Area

 Story by Jeanna Pearson with photos by Arian Browne

 

Approximately eight miles from Georgetown poverty-stricken Indian families are crammed into small dilapidated shacks along a dam near the banks of the Chateau Margot seawall. Hidden away behind Pigeon Island, this dam is home to over 200 squatters, many of them children.

As the decades passed, the number of old zinc shacks increased in the Pigeon Island squatting area along  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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