As four students who attended the University of British Columbia and had involvement with UBC's Caribbean and African Association, Keita Demming from Trinidad and Tobago, New Hampshire-born Caterina Lewis-Perry of Irish and Jamaican descent, Zambia-related Anjuli Solanki and Brooklyn-raised Idrissa Simmonds (Haitian-American and Jamaican parentage) co-edited We Have a Voice: An Anthology of African and Caribbean Student Writing in BC with 17 contributors, published in July of 2006, privately printed in Richmond, B.C. Simmonds, the founder of the anthology, went to work in Ghana in HIV/AIDS education in September of 2006. She was a culture writer for The Ubyssey newspaper from 2004 to 2006. 0-9780227-0-X

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