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Indentured Labor & Guyanese Politics

Journalist and critic Gaiutra Bahadur, in conversation with Advisory Editor Aruni Kashyap.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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11 Oct 2020
Interview
Guyana
Interview
Guyana
2020 Guyanese Election
People's Progressive Party
Cold War Politics
Black-Indian Tensions in Guyana
Cheddi Jagan
Black Solidarities
Forbes Burnham
Coolitude
Fictional Essay
Khal Torabully
Avant-Garde Destabilizing History
Irfaan Ali
David Granger
Ethnically Divided Politics

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The People's Progressive Party in Guyana was a multiracial socialist party with very hopeful beginnings, cognizant of our history as colonized descendants of the enslaved and indentured. But it's a tragic casualty of Cold War politics. We now have two political parties that are essentially racialized.

RECOMMENDED: Coolie Woman: The Odyssey of Indenture by Gaiutra Bahadur.

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