Event Synopsis


The Guyanese activist Andaiye (1942–2019) is considered one of the most transformative figures in the struggle for social and political rights in the post-Independence Caribbean, working with colleagues as diverse as Walter Rodney, George Lamming, the Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action (CAFRA), and the groundbreaking Red Thread collective. She was also a writer, and her essays, speeches, letters, and interviews have now been collected in the revitalising volume The Point Is to Change the World. Editor Alissa Trotz is joined by scholar-activists Carole Boyce Davies, Honor Ford-Smith, and Sunity Maharaj for a powerful conversation about Andaiye’s legacies for today’s Caribbean, and how the intersections of gender, race, and class will shape tomorrow’s world.


Event Details


Apr 28 2022


6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

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