March 2014: Channel Five Belize reports on our Top 10 Sexist & Heterosexist Moments in Caribbean Politics.
March 2014: Belize’s Ambergris Caye Forum links to our Top 10 Sexist & Heterosexist Moments in Caribbean Politics.
March 2014: Stabroek News’ In the Diaspora Column republishes An Activist Walks Out of a Meeting under the headline, “We will not take this stitting down.” It was also published in the Bajan Reporter.
January 2014: Global Voices Reviews our e-mas with a piece entitled, “Blog Carnival Shows the Caribbean Some Love.” Shivanee Ramlochan also reviews the collection for the Trinidad Guardian.
November 26, 2012: CODE RED highlighted on Girls’ Globe.
CIVICUS, a weekly e-newsletter for civil society, includes CODE RED’s article on the Linden violence in its August 14, 2012 issue.
Repeating Islands republishes our article on Caribbean feminism originally published in Stabroek News.
An examination of the recent CatchAFyah grounding in the context of the history of Caribbean feminism published in Stabroek News’ In the Diaspora column (Guyana).
CODE RED talks about feminism in Outlish Magazine.
Global Voices reports on our open letter.
St. Lucia News and Press Releases publishes CODE RED’s press release online.
Repeating Islands, a Caribbean culture blog, republishes interview about what it means to be a young feminist in the Caribbean.
CODE RED cited by Bitch Media
CODE RED feature published by Gender Across Borders
Caribbean students show love for CODE RED
So I have to send this one out to @Redforgender …I have been reading your posts on your tumblr and it has been such a great source of information. It has provided food for many lively discussions between me and my friends who (much like myself) have found a great love for all discussions gender related ever since we took a class with Tracy Robinson called “Gender and the Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean” at UWI Cavehill (probably the most eye opening class I have taken).
Of course our “gender issue appetites” were no satisfied and we went on to take other courses that the Gender department had to offer. Somehow your page has always posted things that provided current and pertinant illustrations of what we were learning in the classroom. It really helped to bring everything back down to earth.
I am so glad that you are taking the issues to the people via the most frequently used media around these days. Keep on keeping on, I for one really appreciate it, as I am sure so many other Caribbean women (and maybe some men) do.
National Media Coverage for CODE RED’s New Perspectives Symposium
(Barbados Advocate, November 26, 2010)