The book is titled, “The Grenada Revolution: What Really Happened?” is now available at Amazon UK. It is an attempt by Bernard Coard to focus on the period with candour, relying on available court, government and party records, newspaper articles, interviews as well as personal experience, to reveal the facts.
Bernard is known to many in the UK, especially in education, for his ground–breaking 1971 work ‘How the West Indian Child is Made Educationally Sub–normal in the British School System’.
He is intending to visit the U.K. for three to four weeks in March 2018 for an official book launch, and asks that friends and associates, including those in our educational establishments, organise an interesting itinerary for him during his short visit.
For this reason, we are seeking your support for the launch of this historical book and further help in any way you can.
Please let us know if your organisation would like to host a visit from Bernard. In addition to reading from the book and answering related questions, he will be available to discuss other political events in the Caribbean, as well as other aspects of black history.
Bernard has made it clear that he doesn’t want to make any profit from this book but needs to cover costs. In the circumstances, all we request is hospitality and travel expenses.
Please contact us to get further details, if you wish your organisation to be part of this schedule, or can support his visit.
The Grenada Revolution Book – Launch Group can be contacted via the Committee for Human Rights in Grenada UK
Contact: Noreen or Alan Scott