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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Kaci Fennell: A Queen’s Grace hemmed with Spunk and Personality

OUR AMBASSADOR5™ SERIES SHOWCASES 5 QUESTIONS/FACTS WITH A CULTURAL AMBASSADOR WHO IS ACTIVELY PROMOTING CARIBBEAN CULTURE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Feisty and Real: that is the essence of Kaci Fennell to me….

 
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HARTS

Haaaarts! OK, so I can’t help but be excited about Harts because for me, Harts is nostalgia. The band evokes memories of my teenage years and before. Harts isn’t just…

 
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TRIBE, BLISS AND THE LOST TRIBE

So it’s band launch season again, and yes we know that Greece is having issues with their debt to the World Bank, and America has problems with deep racism manifesting…

 
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REVELNATION- A dawn of a new era for Miami Carnival

Miami Carnival is fast approaching and the excitement is building for what promises to be a great experience for those of us that miss and crave that home carnival feeling,…

 
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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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