Freedom to Dream, to Aspire and to Achieve – Emancipation Day 2022

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The P.J. Patterson Centre for Africa-Caribbean Advocacy now designated an Institute of The UWI

  The UWI Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. Wednesday, June 22, 2022. — At the sitting of its University Finance and General Purposes Committee (U-F&GPC) on October 27, 2021, The University of the West Indies (The UWI) ratified the Naming Committee’s decision to convert the P.J. Patterson Centre for Africa-Caribbean Advocacy into a University Institute. The re-envisioned… Continue reading The P.J. Patterson Centre for Africa-Caribbean Advocacy now designated an Institute of The UWI

Lamming’s Caribbean Voice and Vision Must Live On

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Safeguarding Food Security and Ensuring Nutrition In Africa and the Caribbean Amid Increasing Global Challenges

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Library on Africa and the Caribbean

Download here Statesman in Residence at the P.J. Patterson Centre for Africa-Caribbean Advocacy at The University of the West Indies, Mona, the Most Honourable P.J. Patterson (seated), discusses a point on African history with Ambassador Richard Bernal, Research Fellow at the Centre. The occasion was an event held on May 18, 2022 at the Centre… Continue reading Library on Africa and the Caribbean

Handing Over of Books on Africa

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Publications Handover In Recognition of African Liberation Day 2022 with Dr. Franklin Knight

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKYfxmSLKPU To read the speaking notes by Most Hon. P.J. Patterson on theHanding Over of Books on Africa by Prof. Franklin Knight, click here.

How Britain Underdeveloped the Caribbean

Professor Sir Hilary Beckles launches new book unmasking Europe’s legacy of plunder and poverty.

Internationally acclaimed Economic Historian, Social Justice and Minority Empowerment Activist, Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, launched his latest publication on February 25. The new book, How Britain Underdeveloped the Caribbean: A Reparation Response to Europe’s Legacy of Plunder and Poverty, explores how successive governments have systematically suppressed economic development in their former colonies and have refused to accept responsibility for the debt and development support they owe the Caribbean.

Published by The UWI Press, the book, is a continuation of the ground-breaking work Sir Hilary began in Britain’s Black Debt: Reparations for Caribbean Slavery and Native Genocide.

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The Case for Exoneration

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Campaign to Exonerate Garvey Moves into High Gear

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