Strives toward a better understanding of the big questions of social justice and the role of marginalized populations in historic struggles for change and transformation not only in the Caribbean but also throughout the globe.
--American Historical Review
The contributions to this volume give valuable insights into many facets of 1960s and 1970s Caribbean radicalism.
--International Review of Social History
A thoughtful effort to link Black Power to the complexities of modern Caribbean politics.
--New West Indian Guide