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Dr. Kumar Mahabir, Assistant Professor University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) Chairman, Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre Co. Ltd. (ICC) E-mail: [email protected]

Invitation for 103rd Zoom meet by Indo-Caribbean Cultural Centre on Should Indians in the Diaspora demand reparation for indentureship?

The Indian indenture system was a scheme of bonded servitude in which more than one million Indians were transported to labor in European colonies,...

The marginalisation and exclusion of Indo-Caribbeans in the CXC History syllabus [Part 2]

At a webinar on Zoom recently, I presented part of a research paper I had originally delivered at a conference at the University the...

The marginalisation and exclusion of Indo-Caribbeans in the CXC History Syllabus [Part 1]

At a webinar on Zoom recently, I presented part of a research paper I had originally delivered at a conference at the University the...

On Indo-Caribbean postgraduates, ABDs, PhDs and professors

In all Caribbean academic conferences, seminars, webinars, panel presentations and roundtables, there are few Indo-Caribbean researchers, scholars and intellectuals. Given that they are a...

Guyana Government closes chapter on Dr. Rodney’s death – Time to reopen the 1964 Wismar ethnic cleansing atrocity (Part 2)

Nandlall added that Rodney’s untimely death highlighted how the then ruling People’s National Congress (PNC) government “contaminated the entire state apparatus and used the...

Guyana Government closes chapter on Dr. Rodney’s death – Time to reopen the 1964 Wismar ethnic cleansing atrocity (Part 1)

The government of Guyana should be highly commended for honouring Dr. Walter Rodney, who was killed in a bomb blast on June 13, 1980...

Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Guyana, Marxism, Race, Politics and the USA (Part 4)

(...continued from Part 3) Ramdath Jagessar continued: The black trade unions were also seen as weak and tired. In contrast to them was young Cheddi a...

Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Guyana, Marxism, Race, Politics and the USA (Part 3)

(...continued from Part 2) Ramnarine Sahadeo continued: “I met Cheddi once in 1993 in Toronto when he thanked me for my role in encouraging others to...

Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Guyana, Marxism, Race, Politics and the USA (Part 2)

(...continued from Part 1) Dr. Mohan Ragbeer continued: “This irritated the State Department/CIA, but they remained ignorant, despite corrections, and so anti-communist (the Cold War had...

Dr. Cheddi Jagan, Guyana, Marxism, Race, Politics and the USA (Part 1)

Cheddi Jagan was first elected Chief Minister of Guyana in 1953. He became the first person of Indian descent to be head of a government...

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