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New Book—“L’insurrection de l’âme: Frantz Fanon”

Raphaël Confiant’s new book, L’insurrection de l’âme: Frantz Fanon, vie et mort du guerrier-silex, was published earlier this month by Caraïbéditions (2017).

Description: A volunteer in the Free French Forces during World War II, a psychiatrist, an activist for Algerian independence, a writer in… 152 more words


Slavery, Reparations and Transparency: Martinique

As events related to the abolition of slavery start taking place around Martinique today (May 22), some areas have decided to take a clearer stance regarding this historical trauma. 237 more words


And on to Bridgetown, Barbados !

Hello everyone,

Have you ever been on a cruise ship to Bridgetown, Barbados ? If yes, then I would very much like to hear from you ! 217 more words


French Election - Views From Afar

On May 7th, France elected Emmanuel Macron as their new president. But what does Macron offer for France’s overseas departments and territories, who have a vote in the election, but often feel like their voices are not heard? 38 more words


Neisson Vieux Single Cask 2004

Here it is, the first Rhum Agricole on this site. What else than a single cask rhum could I possibly have chosen for this occasion!? Today we have the Neisson Vieux Single Cask 2004. 849 more words

Single Cask

Caribbean Politics : The 2 Parties That Use the Balisier as Their Official Symbol

Unless they left the country before 1956 and have heard nothing about it and never been back since, literally no Trinbagonian can say that they don’t recognise the balisier flower as the symbol of the People’s National Movement (PNM). 894 more words

It's Here!

So what have we been up to for the last five months?

Cruising The Caribbean again …

We returned to Grenada mid-November and stayed at La Sagesse, while Pipistrelle was prepared to be launched.  2,550 more words