January252014

Everyday Acts of Solidarity and Mutual Support

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…

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January22014
Thinkers, artists, writers, bloggers wanted.  Join the Caribbean Blog Carnival and build community across the region & diaspora.  For theme & details click here.  If you see this, please re-blog.

Thinkers, artists, writers, bloggers wanted.  Join the Caribbean Blog Carnival and build community across the region & diaspora.  For theme & details click here.  If you see this, please re-blog.

December22013

Inescapable Entanglements: Notes on Caribbean Feminist Engagement

Before you say anything more about what the Shanique Myrie ruling means for CARICOM, why Jamaica should boycott Trinidad & Tobago products or the slaughter of Haitians in the Dominican Republic you should read this article.

It’s the text of the keynote…

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October272013

Caribbean Cyberfeminisms

I’m working on a research project on Caribbean Cyberfeminisms and I’m looking for Caribbean feminist tumblrs & blogs from across the multi-lingual Caribbean and the diaspora.

I’ve blogged about the top 10 Caribbean feminist blog posts and Digital Feminist Activism in a Post-Feminist Age. Now I’m seeking to complete a much larger research project.

Thanks for collaborating & please re-blog.

I can be reached on tumblr or at redforgender [at] gmail [dot] com

August312013
Good News: Young Feminist Activism, Sex Workers Mobilise, Crowdfunding Agriculture1. Four Caribbean organisations have won grants from the FRIDA Young Feminist Fund
CatchAFyah…View Post

Good News: Young Feminist Activism, Sex Workers Mobilise, Crowdfunding Agriculture

1. Four Caribbean organisations have won grants from the FRIDA Young Feminist Fund

  • CatchAFyah…

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caribbeangenderinstitute:

"I really love kids!" Anacias Joseph talks about his work with children in Haiti and learning about globalisation and poverty during the Caribbean Gender Institute in Gender and Development.

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May92012
Delegates from Barbados and Jamaica in deep conversation.
From Istanbul to Barbados and across the Caribbean.  Reflections on the Caribbean presence at the AWID Forum and updates on Catch a Fire: the region’s first ever young feminist meet-up!
Follow #CatchAFyah for updates on this historic meeting which brings together representatives from youth, women’s, LGBT and feminist organisations from Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana, St.Lucia, St. Kitts & Nevis, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
CODE RED is a feminist collective of Caribbean women and men.  Join us on facebook or follow us on twitter.

Delegates from Barbados and Jamaica in deep conversation.

From Istanbul to Barbados and across the Caribbean.  Reflections on the Caribbean presence at the AWID Forum and updates on Catch a Fire: the region’s first ever young feminist meet-up!

Follow #CatchAFyah for updates on this historic meeting which brings together representatives from youth, women’s, LGBT and feminist organisations from Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Haiti, Grenada, Guyana, St.Lucia, St. Kitts & Nevis, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

CODE RED is a feminist collective of Caribbean women and men.  Join us on facebook or follow us on twitter.

May52012
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