The Boukman Eksperyans blends a Warrior Spirit with Music || MUSIC MONDAY

Jason Walker                 When it comes to the first predominantly black nation of the Caribbean to achieve independence, Haiti, it is not surprising…

 
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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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Cholera Concern in Haiti, Relief Supplies En Route

Cholera Concern in Haiti, Relief Supplies En Route COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (Oct. 2016) In the midst of Food For The Poor‘s biggest delivery of aid to Haiti since the 2010…

 
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Miami Haitian Compas Festival

In honor of May 18th 1803, creation of the Haitian blue and red flag, the Haitian Compas Festival in Miami was born. Its Mission is to celebrate the richness of Haitian Culture and Diversity by exhibiting individual and group talents, artistic skills and creativeness while at the same time promoting social awareness in the community.

 
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Bayou Bacchanal; New Orleans Carnival (Caribbean Event Review)

  Jazz music, Beignets, Voodoo, Mardi Gras and now Caribbean Carnival? I had associated New Orleans aka the Big Easy with everything but the last.  Hindsight begs  the question –…

 
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Calypso Icon, Poser, speaks on dressing up, showing up and saving Local Music

OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A CULTURAL AMBASSADOR WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Poser is the complete package. He is witty and charming, classy and…

 
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