Panel Discussion 3 Decolonising Caribbean History Dr Sasha Tuner Chair Dr Sherry Ann Singh.
Session 2 Focus Session Williams’ Caribbean Vision Dexnell Peters.
Panel Discussions – Capitalism and Slavery Symposium -Session 1 Chair Ferdie Ferreira, Erica Williams, Dr.Lovell Francis.
Professor Verene Shepherd Key Note Address
The National for Tuesday, May 19 — The environment and COVID-19; reopenings increase.
Dr. Marsha Pearce – Symposium Art Curator – Capitalism and Slavery Visual Depiction.
Professor Verene Shepherd – Greetings from Centre for Reparations Research.
Mrs. Erica Williams-Connell, daughter of former Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Eric Williams.
Dr. Hilary Brown Greeting from CARICOM Secretariat
PVC Professor Brain Copeland, Principal, UWI St Augustine Campus – Welcome Remarks
Capitalism and Slavery 75 Years Later – Dr Heather Cateau – Greetings
The CARICOM Reparations Commission in collaboration with the UWI Centre for Reparation Research and the Faculty of Humanities and Education at the […]
Generations of racism created the conditions that made African Americans more susceptible to COVID-19, and reparations are the way to address that injustice.