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Friday, 04 May 2018 17:33

Indentureship Shaped Indian Women's Relationship With Labour

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The experience of Indian women and their relationship with labour in the Caribbean encouraged their growth and development.

So says UWI Professor Emeritus, Brinsley Samaroo, as he revealed the way in which slavery and indentureship made these women fighters for better wages and for freedom from oppressive cultural traditions.

Professor Samaroo was speaking at the University of the West Indies' Department of Gender and Development.

Marie-Therese Bernard has more.

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