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Police Violence in the Caribbean w Khafra Kambon and Dr. David Hinds

As part of our special Ferguson and Beyond programming for WPFW 89.3 FM in Washington, DC (10/18/14) the iMiXWHATiLiKE squad linked up with fellow programmers Von Martin and Bryan Bernard for this interview with Khafra Kambon, head of the Emancipation committee in Trinidad & Tobago and Dr. David Hinds, broadcaster and Guyanese Professor at the University of Arizona.  We talked with them about police violence against African people in the Caribbean and similarities between those incidents of police brutality and shared relationships held by Black people there and in the U.S.  with their respective states.  We also talked about the state of Caribbean media and its relationship to political struggle historically and today.

 

 

One thought on “Police Violence in the Caribbean w Khafra Kambon and Dr. David Hinds

  1. By now am sure everyone has realized that Europe/UK cannot pay any reparations to Black/Africans unless they steal the resources from Africa, it took this many years for us to figure it out.

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