2015 marks the 35th anniversary of revolutionary leader Walter Rodney of Guyana. Very little is ever discussed regarding the struggle for social justice in the West Indies/Caribbean. Let alone one of its biggest figures. Prof Wazir Mohammed from the Univ of Indiana tells us about the life and times of Walter Rodney.
Category Archives: Caribbean
2014: Ebola Virus & The Cuban Embargo
In a stunning turn of events, I speak with Arturo Lopez-Levy about how an epidemic like Ebola could help end the Cuban embargo. Ironically, this program was recorded at the same time when the US finally ended almost half a century of embargo against Cuba.
2014: Haiti After Duvalier
Brian Concannon, Dir for the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, discusses the serious political and health issues that still need to be addressed in Haiti in the aftermath of the passing former dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier.