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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...

Hindu families exploited by funeral homes in Trindad & Tobago

The Hindu community vis-a-vis Covid is being exploited by institutions that are supposed to serve and protect its welfare. Worse, is the inability of...

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...

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 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...

The East Indian Community in St. Vincent in the Caribbean

St. Vincent in the Caribbean has a population of approximately 111,000 persons, consisting mainly of persons of African descent. There are small numbers of...

Is Trinidad and Tobago Government practicing apartheid?

A panel presentation in observance of International Women’s Day (8/3/21) was organised in Washington, DC, in the USA, by the Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) Embassy...

Indians in West Indian national football

Bharatiyas in Bharat and the Bharatiya Diaspora love cricket. However, it seems that football - also called soccer - is not their game of...

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