PREE Views 2: Lifting the floodgates

RIO TINTO SAYS SORRY

So on Jamaica’s 2020 Independence Day, if we’re going to entertain the argument that statues are part of a painful history which cannot be unwritten, and therefore should remain standing, then let’s be consistent about the history written on the landforms themselves because these too are our monuments, and they deserve our recognition, respect and protection. … Continue reading →

Too long a holiday

ENRIQUE Okenve  These are tumultuous times; in fact, they have been so for a good while. The tumults began before George Floyd pleaded for his life in vain, before thousands shouted his name on the streets letting America know that it’s enough, or before we were reminded that a Bristol Square is not the space… Continue reading →

Proposal for a New Necropolis

We had an unprecedented opportunity to grapple with the reality that Caribbean countries needn’t have a white majority to uphold neocolonial, supremacist systems.[6] Yet, some Trinbagonians retreated into denial and defensiveness.… Continue reading →

PREE Views is a new section in which we periodically feature short texts and longer commentaries on issues that are in the news or in the public sphere.

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