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Iniko Ujaama
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« on: July 06, 2009, 11:35:25 PM »

I came across Eugene Godfried on www.youtube.com while doing a random search on the Guadeloupe, the French dependency in the Lesser Antilles. He seems to have a wide range of articles on African descendants in Cuba and Pan-African outlook with a wide knowledge of Africans in the various European language centres in the region i.e the French, Dutch, Spanish and English Speaking Caribbean. In that regard I think his work may be important. I have read that he is also a musicologist. He passes on earlier this year.

http://www.afrocubaweb.com/eugenegodfried/reflectionsonrace.htm - Reflections On Race & The Status Of People Of African Descent In Revolutionary Cuba

http://afrocubaweb.com/eugenegodfried/interview10-07.htm - 1912 massacre in Cuba

http://afrocubaweb.com/Maceo.htm - Antonio Maceo, "the Bronze Titan", Entrepreneur, General 1845-1896

Do enjoy. I would definitely like to learn more about the culture, liberation struggles, politics and history of the non-English speaking Caribbean as our sisters and brothers exist there also and struggle there too against white imperialist, capitalist greed and patriarchy. Please feel free to share.

Bless
iniko ujaama

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