Known as the “island of flowers,” Martinique offers travelers an experience like none other in the Caribbean. An overseas department of France in the Lesser Antilles, the island is famous for its colorful flora, lush mountains, tropical forests, and stunning coastline—but what really sets it apart from its neighbors is the distinct mix of Creole and French cultures that can be felt everywhere from the warmth of its people to its cuisine, music, and monuments.
Ms. Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown is the founder of the award winning Carry On Friends Caribbean American Podcast. What makes Carry On Friends special is that they understand the nuances of both cultures and the podcast is where the unique reality of being a Caribbean American is explored and celebrated.
Ms. Reid-Brown; from Montego Bay, Jamaica is also the founder of Breadfruit Media, a podcasting company that provides strategy, show development and production of stories by Caribbean Americans on a variety of topics reflecting the diversity of experiences of the Caribbean’s global diaspora.
As a filmmaker, she made history by the time she was 30 when she became the first black female director to do a major motion picture at a Hollywood studio when she directed A Dry White Season, which depicted the horrors of apartheid.
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.
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After you pack your beach or outdoor activities bag and lay out your clothing and sunscreen do you even think of your hair? Do you wonder what the soil, salt, and sun does to it and how to treat and protect it?