Abeng: began publication at the University of the West Indies, Mona in response to the Black Power and protest movement that emerged after Dr. Walter Rodney, a UWI lecturer was prohibited from landing in Kingston on October 15th, 1968 after attending a Black Writers conference in Montreal, Canada.
Moko: A "Radical" newspaper published in Trinidad and Tobago as a response to issues resulting from the Walter Rodney incident.
Public Opinion: a weekly paper launched on 20 February 1937, was a forum for progressive ideas.
West Indian Review: published from 1934 until the 1970s, contained poetry and fiction as well as articles on painting, sculpture, folklore, history, agriculture and other topics. Unlike many similar publication in the region, it was not the organ of any intellectual or nationalist group, and remained supported by commercial advertising through its existence.