Is Massa Day dead?: Black moods in the Caribbean
"Walcott, D. The musc of history.--Brathwaite, E. Timehri.--Millette, J. The Black revolution in the Caribbean.--Rohlehr, G. History as absurdity.--Thomas, C. Y. Black exploilation in the Caribbean.--Thomas, C. Y. Black exploitation in the Caribbean.--Hodgson, E. Bermuda and the search for Blackness.--McCartney, T. O. What is the relevance of Black power to the Bahamas?--Stewart, J. Where goes the indigenous Black church?--Edmondson, L. The internationalization of Black power."
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