In The Diaspora
By Reginald DumasReginald Dumas received his academic education at the Chaguanas Government School, Queen’s Royal College, Cambridge University, and the Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales (Graduate Institute of International Studies), Geneva, Switzerland .
Editor’s Note: Last week we carried Hilbourne Watson’s response to a recent essay in which Prime Minister of St .
By Hilbourne Watson Barbadian Hilbourne A .
Editor’s Note: Last Friday, June 13th, was the 34th anniversary of the assassination of Walter Rodney .
Prince Neto DCB Waite is a Doctoral Candidate at the New York University School of Law .
Educating and Supporting the Caribbean Child with a Developmental Disability – are our Governments leaving them behind?
By Kala Ramnath, Ph .
Born in Port Mourant, Guyana and living in the US since 1985, Dr .
In Honour of Indian Arrival Day, May 5th 2014: Oral History and Documentation on Indian Indentureship as seen through the story of Immigrant Surujbali
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David Abdulah is an economist by training, labour and political activist committed to social justice .
By Kevin De SilvaKevin De Silva is a co-creator of the Caribbean Studies Students’ Union (CARSSU) and former president and editor of its annual journal .
Tonya Haynes is a founding member of CODE RED for Gender Justice and CatchAFyah Caribbean Feminist Network .
Zenita Nicholson is a Guyanese advocate for sexual rights and gender justice .
By Shenella Charles Shenella Charles is Guyanese of Afro-Guyanese and Indigenous parentage, who currently resides in Canada .
Tiffany Barry is a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology and the Women’s Studies Unit, both in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Guyana .
By Hilbourne WatsonHilbourne A .
By Fatimah Jackson-Best Fatimah Jackson-Best is a Muslim woman, a researcher, and a writer .
By Lakshmi Persaud Trinidadian writer Lakshmi Persaud was one of six persons who recently received an honorary doctorate from the University of the West Indies (UWI), St .
Richard Hart August 13, 1917 – December 21, 2013. A life well lived and in service to the peoples of the Caribbean
Diaspora Column Editor’s Note: Jamaican Richard Hart, historian, trade unionist, lawyer and teacher, died in the UK on Saturday at the age of 96 .
By Maya Trotz Dr .
Challenging the Constitutional Tribunal Ruling in the Dominican Republic: Where is CARICOM Leadership?
Alissa Trotz is editor of the In the Diaspora ColumnEditor’s Note: November 25 is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women .
By Miguel Ceara-HattonMiguel Ceara-Hatton is a professor and researcher in economics from the Dominican Republic .
By Honor Ford-Smith Honor Ford-Smith is Associate Professor of Community and Environmental Art in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University, Toronto, Canada .
By Arturo VictorianoArturo Victoriano, Ph .
By Peter Fraser Peter Fraser, currently at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London University,previously taught at the University West Indies,St .
Rory Fraser is Professor of Forest Economics and Policy at Alabama A & M University, and has spent 36 of the last 40 years in the UK, Canada, Jamaica, USA, and Guyana either attending or teaching at universities and working in forestry related fieldsBy Rory Fraser.
By Andy HigginbottomAndy Higginbotham is Secretary of the Colombia Solidarity Campaign and Principal Lecturer at Kingston University, LondonEditor’s Note: This is an adapted version of an essay that was carried on the 1804 Caribvoices blog (http://1804caribvoices .
Suzanne Narain – is first generation Canadian, born in Toronto of Guyanese parents .
Alissa Trotz is editor of the In the Diaspora ColumnThis column is dedicated to the memory of Dwayne Jones, murdered in Montego Bay, Jamaica, in July of this year .
By Ewart Thomas (Professor of Psychology and former Dean of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University, California, USA, Thomas teaches a large introductory Statistics course and graduate-level Statistics and research methods courses .