Emancipation Celebrations Around The Caribbean

Caribbean Islands Commemorate Emancipation Day with their own unique flavor and activities. The collective cry of ‘Freedom’ echoed throughout the Caribbean in 1833. This auspicious day continues to be commemorated…

 
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Provocative Atlanta Carnival Experience (A.C.E.) Launch To Address Unity in Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Media Contact: Marissa Williams 2BKaribbean@gmail.com  ATLANTA CARNIVAL EXPERIENCE (A.C.E.) LAUNCHES 2018 THEME AND FOCUSES ON BRINGING UNITY IN THE CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY Atlanta, GA: The Atlanta Carnival…

 
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Premier of Montserrat with a fresh approach to Natural Disaster recovery || Ambassador 5

By Marissa Williams First Published: Sept 16th, 2015 OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A CULTURAL AMBASSADOR WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. It was encouraging to…

 
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The Queen who became King; Calypso Rose always breaking barriers

   OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A  CULTURAL AMBASSADOR  WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. By Marissa Williams She does not take herself or her…

 
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Nicki Minaj- The So Called Trini

By Malaika Crichlow Nicki Minaj has been one celebrity I have not wanted to write anything about because I can’t decide how I feel about her. Honestly, I really don’t…

 
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Anson Gonzalez-Did this Poetic Pioneer change the course of Caribbean history?

By Marissa Williams (View interview below) ‘Poetry was part of the awakening of the Caribbean people….it was a rejection of the English domination.’ These powerful words by Caribbean poet, Michael…

 
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