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i crowdsourced the list below in response to Georgia Popplewell’s assertion that soca artists would
While she may have been speaking…
There will be no pictures of you and smiling African children
In the village where you did a semester abroad
As a global citizen.
No cutting-edge electronic journals will be created
To recycle the same ethno-centric ideas
The revolution will not be PDFed.
Born on November 14, 1913, my father’s mother, Taimoon Hosein, daughter of Kapooran and Shah Mohammed Hosein of Balmain, Couva may have been the first one in the world with this name. It was a misrepresentation of Tayammum, the kind of linguistic and…
What stands out for me are the everyday acts of solidarity and mutual support. Support networks are crucial as in Haiti there is always a crisis but just the energy needed to live and work through the week is tremendous and sometimes overwhelming. The…
To the Caribbean, With Love
Caribbean Feminists Exist & Some of Them Do Not Yet Know That They Are Feminists
When ah leggo mih cock yuh betta tie up yuh hen
Caribbean women located at home and those abroad in the Diaspora have heard and readily…