By M. NOURBESE PHILIP Born in Tobago, M. NOURBESE PHILIP is an unembedded poet, essayist, novelist, playwright and independent scholar who lives in the space-time of the City of Toronto where she practised law for seven years before becoming a poet and writer.
By Honor Ford-Smith Associate Professor, Cultural and Artistic Practices for Environmental and Social Justice Associate Director, Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean York University, Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change What do you want for your cities, your villages, your communities, this region that is our home, the home of our children’s futures?
By Renuka Anandjit and Angelique V. Nixon Renuka N. Anandjit is a Guyanese born, Trinidad-based scholar and activist.
By Arnab Acharya and Sanjay G. Reddy Arnab Acharya, an independent scholar, is an economist and public health researcher.
Part II By Rhoda Reddock Rhoda Reddock is emerita Professor of Gender, Social Change, and Development at the University of the West Indies, St.
By Rhoda Reddock Rhoda Reddock is emerita Professor of Gender, Social Change, and Development at the University of the West Indies, St.
By Anthony Bogues Anthony Bogues is the Asa Messer Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory, Professor of Africana Studies, and Director of the Center of the Study of Slavery and Justice at Brown University This is an edited version of an article that appeared in the South African based Mail and Guardian Thought Leader, January 13, 2021 January 6, 2021 was a historic day in American politics.
By Vidyaratha Kissoon (Vidyaratha Kissoon lives in Guyana. This is an edited version of a blog posted on https://churchroadman.blogspot.com/
By Aminta Kilawan-Narine, Esq. Aminta Kilawan-Narine is an attorney, community activist, and organizer.
Kimalee Phillip is a Grenadian feminist and labour human rights activist and organizer who is part of the Caribbean Solidarity Network.
By Diana McCaulay Diana McCaulay is the founder, Director and former Chief Executive Officer of the Jamaica Environment Trust.
By Karyn Diaz and Angelique V. Nixon Karyn Diaz is a Trinidadian scholar, writer, educator, and activist.
By Grace Aneiza Ali Guyanese-born Grace Aneiza Ali is a Curator and an Assistant Professor and Provost Fellow in the Department of Art & Public Policy at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
By Nadège Compaoré Nadège Compaoré is an incoming Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Toronto.
By Anthony Bogues Anthony Bogues is a Professor of Humanities at Brown University and a Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg.
By Percy Hintzen Percy Hintzen is Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley and Professor of Global and Sociocultural Studies and Director of African and African Diaspora Studies at Florida International University.
By Troy Thomas Troy Thomas is former president and a current member of Transparency Institute Guyana Inc.
By Lear Matthews Lear Matthews is a Professor at State University of New York.
By Suzanne C. Persard Suzanne C. Persard is a scholar, writer and founding member of Jahajee Sisters.
By Thomas Harding Thomas Harding is writing a book about the 1823 Demerara rebellion.