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Black activists and organizations were the vehicles for fiery ideas and unorthodox actions. They inspired millions of working-class persons to envision the end of colonialism and imperialism. These Caribbean stalwarts in the twentieth century were thorns in the sides of the colonial authorities and the capitalist interests who comprised the status quo. These Blacks were larger-than-life heroes who risked life and reputation to ensure the dreams of a few could be shared by many. The intellectual and academic had as important a role as the politician and activist in contributing to the dismantling of colonialism in the Caribbean. They were also responsible for addressing grievances and acute social injustices in the post-colonial era.
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