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Noted Caribbean Scholar/Activists

Walter Rodney
A reflection on Walter Rodney's continuing relevance 27 years after his assassination in Guyana on June 13, 1980 - by Wazir Mohamed


Walter Rodney

"Groundings": Walter Rodney, the activist, scholar and revolutionary in Jamaica and Guyana - by Nigel Westmaas

WPA had been accumulating weapons prior to Rodney’s death

Rodney Political Biography

A Political Assesment of Rodney - by Eusi Kwayana

Other articles on Rodney-See Listing


C.L.R. James
The C.L.R. James Institute Website
CLR James

CLR James: An outstanding Caribbean intellect

On Federation - (West Indies and British Guiana) Part1 - by CLR James

On Federation - Part2 - by CLR James

Archives of CLR James writings on Marxism, Revolution, and Black History

Article by CLR James on Stokley Carmichael and Black Power


Tim Hector
Where were you when they crucified Tim? - by George Odlum
Tim Hector

Tributes to Tim Hector - Read Tributes


George Padmore

George Padmore: Black Revolutionary by Manning Marable

George Padmore


Eric Williams
Raceandhistory.com - Dr. Eric Williams

Dr. Eric Williams

Maurice Bishop
The ghost of Maurice Bishop Grenadian leader haunts election process 20 years after his murder
Maurice Bishop

George Odlum
In memoriam: George Odlum (1939-2003)

George Odlum

George Odlum - by Gary Burton

A Farewell Tribute to George Odlum - by Dr David Hind


Andaiye
Not in my name

Notes on Women and Ethnic Conflict

What is morally wrong is always wrong

Buxton is a Terror Camp - by Andaiye, David Hinds and Eusi Kwayana

Whatever the government does now about SN ads it has been a defining issue - by Eusi Kwayana, David Hinds and Andaiye


Rupert Roopnarine
Roopnarine proposes shared governance at NDC level - by Rupert Roopnaraine


The PPP leadership was not involved in Rodney's murder - by Eusi Kwayana, David Hinds and Rupert Roopnaraine


Clive Thomas  

Dr. Clive Thomas
Interview with Clive Thomas

Achievement and Non-Achievement: Caricom's Future

“The Development Glass: Half Empty or Half Full” Perspectives on Caribbean Development - by Professor Clive Y. Thomas

A TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR C.Y. THOMAS - by Sir Courtney N. Blackman


Andaiye
Not in my name

Notes on Women and Ethnic Conflict

What is morally wrong is always wrong

Buxton is a Terror Camp - by Andaiye, David Hinds and Eusi Kwayana

Whatever the government does now about SN ads it has been a defining issue - by Eusi Kwayana, David Hinds and Andaiye