Ro(u)ted by Our Stories is just one of the many incredible stories of the Indo-Caribbean diaspora. We have compiled a list below of some of our favorite works by Indo-Caribbean creators.
Indo-Caribbean Alliance (ICA)'s List of Resources: The NYC-based organization, Indo-Caribbean Alliance, has a well organized and conveniently compiled list of resources on the history of Indo-Caribbeans and other New York organizations that are Indo-Caribbean-focused.
SAIL-OAR² (South Asian Indentured Laborer - Online Archive of Research & Resources): a free syllabus/archival projects with a giant list of resources and readings about the South Asian diaspora curated by Hassan Ghanny.
Coolie Woman: The Odyssey of Indenture by Gaiutra Bahadur
We Mark Your Memory: Writings from the Descendants of Indenture edited by Maria Kaladeen and David Dabydeen
Sugar, Sugar by Lainy Malkani
Indo-Caribbean Indenture: Resistance and Accommodation, 1838-1920 by Lomarsh Roopnarine
Coolitude by Khal Torabully
Cereus Blooms at Night by Shani Mootoo
Trauma. A Collection of Short Stories by Elizabeth Jaikaran
Swinging Bridge by Ramabai Espinet
Everyone Knows I’m a Haunting by Shivanee Ramlochan
The Taxidermist’s Cut by Rajiv Mohabir
I Even Regret Night: Holi Songs of Demeraraby Rajiv Mohabir
"Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Genealogies, Theories, Enactments" edited by Gabrielle Jamela Hosein and Lisa Outar
Multiple Hyphens: My Experience Grappling with My Indo-Guyanese-American Identity by Dharani Persaud (Brown Girl Magazine)
Remembered Last by Jess Balgobin (SPICY Zine)
“Minority” Identity Development Model For An Indo-Caribbean American in Five Stages by Rajiv Mohabir (The Offing)
Doubles With Slight Peppa: a short film written and directed by Ian Harnaraine
Double Diaspora: A Portrait of Indo-Caribbeans in New York: a short documentary directed by Lissa Deonarain
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