It seems that the young generation of white ladies are putting out music that makes us turn our head and say”who was that”
They have tapped into their own reality and all those hours of reading and absorbing those thousands of words in books that have given them a command of words second to none and imagination to show you their dreams
Thank you hip hop
they have grown up with hip hop being such a important part of their culture that they have crafted their own version of word play that tantalizes the intellect and soul .
Book Launch at the University Of The West Indies for those who care
Since the mid-nineteenth-century abolition of slavery, the call for reparations for the crime of African enslavement and native genocide has been growing. In the Caribbean, grassroots and official voices now constitute a regional reparations movement. While it remains a fractured, contentious and divisive call, it generates considerable public interest, especially within sections of the community that are concerned with issues of social justice, equity, civil and human rights, education, and cultural identity. The reparations discourse has been shaped by the voices from these fields as they seek to build a future upon the settlement of historical crimes.
Hilary Beckles University of the West Indies Professor