This concluding chapter serves as an epilogue and situates the relevance of broadcasting to present-day concerns in the Caribbean. It offers an account of the archives and sources on which the book is based, and ends by connecting the themes of the book with the writing of authors including Caryl Phillips and Edwidge Danticat.
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