Okama presents paper at 45th CSA Conference in Georgetown

Okama presents paper at 45th CSA Conference in Georgetown

Okama presents paper at 45th CSA Conference in Georgetown

Powered by the Africa Caribbean Heritage Alliance, ACHA, AMB. Okama Ekpe Brook, founder and president of ACHA will present today in the 45th Annual conference organized by the Caribbean Studies Association in Georgetown, Guyana. On her paper: Reparatory Justice: AfRaKan Futuristic Dialogue Process with her colleague and scholar, Dr. Chenzira Kahina of the Virgin Island Cultural Center. The paper and panel falls under the 2021 conference theme Identity Politics, Industry, Ecology, and the Intelligent Economy in Caribbean Societies. It seeks to identify genuine opportunities for durable and sustaining partnerships between Africa and the Caribbean for Cultural, socio-economic and environmental sustainability within the framework of the Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2025.
The Caribbean Studies Association is a network of over 1000 members from scholars, government, civil society, private sector, academia to media representatives interested in finding solutions to Caribbean development issues. Amb. Okama Ekpe Brook was the co chair of the CSA Conference held in the Bahamas in 2016 with Guido Rojer Jr. Keithley Woolward Carole Boyce Davies Meagan Sylvester Godfrey St Bernard Karen Flynn Francio Guadeloupe Rhoda Arrindell Geneve Phillip-Durham Sharine Duncan Marcellia Henry Veronica Webster Arjen Alberts.