Without the Caribbean Community, where would the United States be?

Now more than ever, it is increasingly important for the migrant population living in the United States to make their presence and contributions known to the world. Thanks to the…

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Caribbean American Heritage Month Opening Ceremony

This year, we will kick-off our month-long activities with an Opening Ceremony on Sunday, June 4th at Atlanta City Hall Atrium. The event typically attracts about 500 persons and will…

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June is Caribbean American Heritage Month

In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and…

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Chicago Caribbean Film Festival showcases our untold stories

It seems like an unlikely marriage-Chicago (a notoriously cold Midwest city in the U.S.) and Caribbean culture. Yet, somehow, they have found a way to make this union work through the…

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Caribbean American Heritage Month Festival


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12 MUST DO’s to Prepare for Trinidad & Tobago Carnival

By Marissa Williams Making a decision to go experience Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago is one that you will never regret as long as you live.  This annual festivity, born in…

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