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Who Belongs?: The Caribbean Court of Justice Reveals Caribbean Identity’s Inclusive Potentiality

Do We Have a Connection? Caribbean Engagement with Global Women’s Rights Norms

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Chinese Traders and Chinese Trade in Jamaica

Can Reparations Buy Growth? The Impact of Reparations Payments on Growth and Sustainable Development

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The Scandal of the British Slavery Abolition Act Loan

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How Long Are the Chains of Slavery in the United States? Estimates of the Intergenerational Effects for Black Males Between 1880-1930

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British Universities and Caribbean Slavery

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An International Law Deconstruction of the Hegemonic Denial of the Right to Reparations

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The Psychological Trauma of Slavery: The Jamaican Case Study

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There are few studies exploring the psychological impact of slavery on the Caribbean island of Jamaica. This review seeks to present a psychological frame- work to better understand the mental health of these abducted, enslaved, abused and traumatised African-Caribbean people. Their possible emotional states during and after slavery are interpreted with an emphasis being placed on the intergenera- tional transmission of their trauma. The psychology of reparation is also discussed.
 

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Rastafari Reparation as Part of the Caribbean Reparations Movement

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