Windrush and the Hostile Environment

Gus John – “Covid Pandemic – Black Deaths; Windrush Epidemic – Blacks in Denial”

Professor Gus John is a lifelong campaigner for children’s education rights, a visiting professor at Coventry University and associate professor at the UCL Institute of Education.

Steve Cushion – “Trade Unionists against the Hostile Environment”

Steve … Read on ...

Socialism in the English-speaking Caribbean

Caribbean Labour Solidarity is pleased to launch a special issue of the journal Socialist History

Speakers Francisco Dominguez, Ozzi Warwick and Ben Gowland

An update on Latin American PoliticsFrancisco Dominguez

The History of Socialism in the English-speaking Caribbean, Ozzi Warwick

Black Power and Socialism in the Read on ...

Retrospective notes on the 1823 Demerara slave rebellion: 200 years after

Speaker: Nigel Westmaas

The Demerara rebellion of 1823 was an uprising involving more than 10,000 enslaved people that took place in the colony of Demerara-Essequibo (modern day Guyana)

Guyanese researcher and public scholar Nigel Westmaas is Associate Professor in the Department of Africana Studies at Hamilton College, New York. He … Read on ...