Grenada

What the Grenada Revolution Can Teach Us - Ajamu Nangwaya

The collapse of the Grenadian Revolution on Oct. 19, 1983 should be carefully examined for the lessons that it might offer to organisers in the Caribbean who are currently organising with the labouring classes. If the working class shall be the architect of its liberation, the process of revolution-making should enable them to fulfil that role. Fundamental change should not be the outcome of a vanguard force that usurps the initiative of the people.

Grenada: electricity workers strike

About 100 employees of the Grenada Electricity Company (GRENLEC) stayed off the job yesterday, for the second consecutive day, to press for a cost of living adjustment to their new wage agreement.

The US invasion of Grenada, 1983 - Howard Zinn

US troops in Grenada, 1983

Historian Howard Zinn's account of the American invasion of the small Caribbean island of Grenada, ostensibly to 'protect' US citizens, but in fact to re-assert US military and financial dominance over the region.

None shall escape: Radical perspectives in the Caribbean

Snippets of the experiences of George Myers, more commonly known under his pen name of Joseph Edwards, or as Fundi, the Carribean Situationist, in text and audio format.