Black women in America are leading a movement. A movement to save themselves and those in their communities. Black women have led the quest for social change for decades and under the current oppressive administration, are coming together as one to take action and to organize a national charge that will move this country forward.
As podcasts become increasingly more popular, it’s become extremely easy to find those tailored to your specific tastes. With hundreds of new podcasts launching in the past 2 years, Caribbean-Americans have found themselves in the mix.
The non-profit spotlight is a brief look into organizations focused on outreach, conversation, community service and more in the Caribbean. We have selected just a few of these organizations to spotlight for our launch issue.
Every June you can find Caribbean communities across the United States celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage Month (CAMH). During this month we honor the…
American Born and Caribbean Raised simply means that the person is Caribbean American right? The answer depends on who you ask and your view on heritage. In this episode we tackle the issue where those born in America to Caribbean parents often are told how to self-identify by others.