CARIBBEAN ARTS & CULTURE

From locs, to weave, to self love-A Caribbean girl’s journey through hair

By Malaika Crichlow “Is that your hair?” This was not, by any means, the first time I had been asked this. I get it quite often. I always answer truthfully,…

 
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SIX QUALITIES OF A GREAT CARIBBEAN DJ

  By Jason Walker   Now the first thing you may ask is what makes me qualified to make this kind of list, so let me give you a little…

 
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Who made the list? Our pick of Top 8 Caribbean Poets

The Caribbean Poetry Movement gave Caribbean people a unique voice. It was an opportunity to express ideas in local dialect reflecting local customs and not simply imitating the works of colonizers. Many…

 
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June is Caribbean American Heritage Month

     National Caribbean-American Heritage Month  Marks Tenth Anniversary in 2015 In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance…

 
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ORLANDO CARNIVAL CELEBRATES 28 YEARS

           By  Jason Walker In 1987 an Orlando resident by the name of Johnson Gilbert along with other residents Mark Modeste, Gloria Chandler and Tina Stubbs…

 
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PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA IN JAMAICA …..The not so obvious reasons

By Jason Walker Now that the dust has settled and the whole world has been enamoured with Obama’s Jamaican greeting “Wha a gwaan Jamaica!” we can start looking at the…

 
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