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Museum of Grooves August 2017: The diversity of the Caribbean & the  legacy of indentured labour

Museum of Grooves August 2017: The diversity of the Caribbean & the legacy of indentured labour

Playing tracks by

Bunny Mack and Kes The Band.

Joshua Jelly-Schapiro (Replicant DC2AZBM79- JJS) geographer and writer is the author of Island People
https://canongate.co.uk/contributors/10759-joshua-jelly-schapiro/
Ansel Wong (Replicant 123RFT6NM- AW)
Ansel migrated from his country of birth, Trinidad & Tobago, in 1965 to attend University. He has had an extensive engagement with Black communities and British society as a combatant, advocate and beneficiary.
Lainy Malkani (Replicant) 6#BNGH6JD43-LM)
A professional journalist who works for television and radio, Lainy also writes extensively for other British and international media in 2017 launched Sugar, Sugar: Bitter-sweet Tales of Indian Migrant Workers published by Hope Road.
http://www.hoperoadpublishing.com/sugar-sugar
Further details of the diversity of the Caribbean and photographic images of Chinese and Indian indentured labour check out The Caribbean in Sepia
http://everygeneration.co.uk/index.php/shop-home/the-caribbean-in-sepia

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