The work on unfair/unfree labor presented in this LibGuide ranges from the beginning of colonization in the Caribbean to present-day Caribbean life. The Caribbean was first colonized by Europeans in the 15th century and later became a major site of enslaved labor. Although the time of chattel slavery in the Caribbean is long past, the daily lives of Caribbean nationals are still affected by its echoes. There are a variety of sources, from books and articles to informational videos. The purpose of this site is to bring to light how colonialism has shaped Caribbean societies today.
Climate Change and Caribbean Tourism. Film by CEPUNEP
St. Kitts Culture & Heritage. Video by the Telegraph.
This video takes viewers through important cultural practices and ideals in the Caribbean.
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