February192014
CODE RED Women’s Circles: More photos & details on Caribbean young feminist activism here.
Our redforgender ID will take you to us on twitter, tumblr, facebook and wordpress.

CODE RED Women’s Circles: More photos & details on Caribbean young feminist activism here.

Our redforgender ID will take you to us on twitter, tumblr, facebook and wordpress.

December262013

Best of the 2013 Caribbean Feminist Blogosphere

Travel across the islands and territories of the Caribbean and its diaspora and sample some of the best feminist blogging out there. 

What have Caribbean feminist women and men written about in 2013? Love, fashion, motherhood, being mixed-race, surviving…

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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

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caribbeangenderinstitute:

M. Jacqui Alexander will deliver the 19th Caribbean Women: Catalysts for Change Public Lecture on November 15, 2013 in Barbados. Special invitation to all CIGAD alumni. Details at link.

caribbeangenderinstitute:

M. Jacqui Alexander will deliver the 19th Caribbean Women: Catalysts for Change Public Lecture on November 15, 2013 in Barbados. Special invitation to all CIGAD alumni. Details at link.

September92013

Constitutional Court rules that Cross-Dressing is not a Crime if Not for “Improper Purpose” - Rights Groups Plan Appeal on Dubious Decision

Georgetown, Guyana: On Friday afternoon, September 6, 2013, the Honourable Chief Justice (Ag.), Mr. Ian Chang delivered his judgment in Quincy McEwan, Seon Clarke, Joseph Fraser, Seyon Persaud and the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination…

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CODE RED for gender justice!’s tumblr is 3 years old today! Celebrate 3 years of Caribbean feminist blogging with us by reblogging or following us on facebook, twitter or wordpress using the link below. 
https://www.facebook.com/redforgender
https://twitter.com/redforgender
http://redforgender.wordpress.com/

CODE RED for gender justice!’s tumblr is 3 years old today! Celebrate 3 years of Caribbean feminist blogging with us by reblogging or following us on facebook, twitter or wordpress using the link below. 

https://www.facebook.com/redforgender

https://twitter.com/redforgender

http://redforgender.wordpress.com/

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July282013

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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July172013
In Patricia Mohammed’s article she makes the point that in Buju’s apologetic “Love Black Woman” the black woman gets respect, not desire.  Desire is reserved for the brownin. The ad above clearly shows both the “darkie” and “brownin” both as objects of desire. And that’s not progress, that’s the problem. Women remain as objects of male desire. 
In CODE RED's Brownins & Darkies: Commodifying and Consuming Women we take on everyone’s favourite African diaspora meme. 
Find us on facebook and follow us on twitter.

In Patricia Mohammed’s article she makes the point that in Buju’s apologetic “Love Black Woman” the black woman gets respect, not desire.  Desire is reserved for the brownin. The ad above clearly shows both the “darkie” and “brownin” both as objects of desire. And that’s not progress, that’s the problem. Women remain as objects of male desire. 

In CODE RED's Brownins & Darkies: Commodifying and Consuming Women we take on everyone’s favourite African diaspora meme. 

Find us on facebook and follow us on twitter.

July32013
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