Chene Redwood

Graduated: 2012, Masters in Pan African Studies

Thesis title: Voices of the Subaltern: the Quest for Environmental Justice through music in Umlazi and Wentworth, South Africa

Alumni information

Recipient: Cerificate of University Teaching, Future Professoriate Program and 

Earned 2nd advance degree: Northeastern University, Master of Science (MSc), Urban and Regional Policy, 2013 – 2015

Graduate Student Information

Chene Redwood is from St. Andrew, Jamaica. He graduated from the University of the West Indies Mona where he received a Bachelors of Arts Degree with honors in History. While at the University of West Indies Mona, he served as the Public Relations Officer of the Marcus Garvey Movement. He also served as a student coordinator for the Black Power Two Conference and worked as a volunteer at the Jamaica National Bicentenary Committee and Reggae Global Conference. Additionally, He works on his church's national youth committee where he helps to plan and coordinate activities for the development and empowerment of the youth. His research interests include, but are not limited to Garveyism and its role in the revitalization and reconstruction of Black Caribbean ethnicity, history and identity, as well as the Black Power Movement and youth activism in the 1970s. Upon completion of his MA degree in Pan African Studies, he plans on pursuing a PhD in social policy

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