The conference will also mark the formal establishment of the Hazel Brown Special Collection of papers in The Alma Jordan Library at the UWI, St. Augustine Campus.


This Special Collection will include photographs, correspondence, meeting minutes, pamphlets and more from over forty years of women’s rights activism, helping to document Caribbean social movements, and adding to the Special Collection of papers from Nesta Patrick and the Women and Development Studies Group.


This is also part of the Making of Caribbean Feminisms Project of the IGDS.


Institute for Gender and Development Studies, St. Augustine Unit

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