Writer and activist Lisa Hurley is Barbados personified. Displaying a relentless boldness in championing an end to racial, gender, and other forms of discrimination, she is rapidly emerging as a respected thought leader in the anti-racism arena. On the heels of the formal end of Barbados’ nearly 400-year relationship with the British monarchy and colonialism, I talked by phone with Lisa from her home in Jersey City, New Jersey. She notes:
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