NJAC Rededication: What the ‘Black Power Revolution’ won in 1970

“[…] Most of all, the movement of 1970 gave the population a new sense of ownership of their land. This also meant acceptance of direct responsibility for their nation’s affairs…” The following is the 12th and final column in an NJAC series on their contribution to Trinidad and Tobago society after the ‘Black Power Revolution’ …

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