Colors of Power showcases ‘Butterflies of Colors’


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The Colors of Power is debuting in this year’s West Indian American Day Carnival Association’s (WIADCA) Parade with “Butterflies of Colors.”

Trinidadian Rachel Medard, who founded Colors of Power with Michelle Hall and Shawn Brown, told Caribbean Life that the band chose “Butterflies of Colors” because “butterflies are beautiful, graceful, always a delight to see.”

Medard said butterflies are “free to roam and are beautiful.”

She added that the life a butterfly “must go through a lot of transformations before being that beautiful, free to fly.”

Medard said “Butterflies of Colors” comprises five sections: Orchid Blue Butterfly; Pink Paradise; Colorful Mischief; Mating of Colors; and Under the…

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