There All Along(33:38)
by Keisha V. Thompson
SLC - ROOM 126
Description: The untold story of women who participated in the Trinidad & Tobago 1970 Black Power Revolution. The presence, importance, and impact of female participation in the events of 1970 is presented through the first person accounts of women revolutionaries, their male counterparts and scholars in the fields of sociology and gender.
Keisha V. Thompson, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Kingsborough Community College, City University of New York. She is also the co-creator and co-director of the Historically Underrepresented Faculty & Staff Resource Center at Kingsborough . Dr. Thompson holds her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Texas A&M University. A Native of Trinidad & Tobago, Dr. Thompson grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She completed her bachelor’s degree in Business Communication at Baruch College, CUNY, and her master’s degree in School Counseling at Hunter College, CUNY.
Dr. Thompson enjoys spending time in the classroom and community empowering individuals through expanding their knowledge base and encouraging them to be change agents in society. There All Along: The Women of Trinidad & Tobago 1970 Black Power is her first film project.