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The Legacy of the Grenadian Revolution Lives On

The Legacy of the Grenadian Revolution Lives On

The following article is republished from Invent the Future with the permission of the author.   “The Grenada Revolution was a grasp of joy … that life unfulfilled could and would change, be transformed for a people who had known 400 years of transportation, slavery,...

April 1965 and the Unfinished Dominican Revolution

On April 28, 1965, 42,000 U.S. troops poured into the Dominican Republic to put down the beginnings of a democratic revolution in the Caribbean country. That invasion and the repression that followed continue to shape the Dominican people’s struggle for true...