Choc'late Allen

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1993 –


Who is Choc'late Allen?

Choc'late Allen is a child activist who arose to national awareness in early 2007 by engaging in a 5-day fast in an effort to promote the concept of Taking Personal Responsibility for our individual thoughts and actions; in order to treat with social issues plaguing Trinidad and Tobago. During such activity, the young CEO of Caribbean Vizion, received visits from many citizens and dignitaries; including, then Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar and then Prime Minister Patrick Manning.

With the various school motivational school tours and projects that Allen has embarked on during the "100% Crime Free" initiative, she is committed to her programmes and always sticking to her vision of creating a peaceful society by us accepting personal responsibility for our actions. Allen also formed Youth Committees of young persons under the age of 17 who have the same goal of making a positive impact on youths and society; and who are interested in being effective, future leaders.

In 2008, Allen launched her singing career and 2008-initiative at the 15th annual Rebel Salute concert in Jamaica. Rebel Salute is a positive reggae concert held and formed by the legendary Tony Rebel and Flames Productions. The concert is one of NO alcohol, NO violence, NO meat and NO drugs. Following this major event, Allen was then invited by Mrs. Rita Marley to be the co-chair of the Africa Unite Youth Symposium and also to perform at the Africa Unite-Smile Jamaica concert. The concert featured acts like, Bunny Wailer, John Legend, Rihanna, Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers/ The Marley brothers and other local and international artiste. Allen wowed these audiences with her voice, presence, rendition, melodic original songs and positive lyrics.


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Jun 19, 1993

on July 23, 2013