9780813048611 e-book 9780813049090 (alkaline paper)
The first collection to explore the Black Power movement in its various manifestations across the Caribbean.
Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2014. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: New perspectives on black power in the Caribbean / Kate Quinn Part I: Black power in Caribbean context / Kate Quinn Black power in the postindependence Anglophone Caribbean Jamaican black power in the 1960s / Rupert Lewis The Abeng newspaper and the radical politics of postcolonial blackness / Anthony Bogues The February Revolution as a catalyst for change in Trinidad and Tobago / Brinsley Samaroor Secondary decolonization: the black power moment in Barbados, c. 1970 / Richard Drayton "Sitting on a volcano": black power in Burnham's Guyana / Kate Quinn An organic activist: Eusi Kwayana, Guyana, and global Pan-Africanism / Nigel Westmaas Part II: Black power in colonial contexts Black power in the political thought of Antigua and Barbuda / Paget Henry I & I shot the sheriff: black power and decolonization in Bermuda (1968-1977) / Quito Swan Youth responses to discriminatory practices: the free beach movement, 1970-1975 / Derick Hendricks Black power, popular revolt, and decolonization in the Dutch Caribbean / Gert Oostindie Conclusion: Black power forty years on: an introspection / Brian Meeks.
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Print version: Black power in the Caribbean. Gainesville : University Press of Florida,  281 pages