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Disabled Make Strides in Caribbean After Years of Neglect
The Disabilities Act was recently passed in Jamaica, marking a landmark moment in a region where re...


Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean
Chikungunya, a painful and rapidly spreading virus first identified in Africa in 1953, has reached ...


Caribbean Gathering Focuses on Reparations Battle
On Sept. 16, more than a dozen Caribbean nations continued to make their case for receiving slavery...


Climate Change Endangers Caribbean's Fresh Water Supply
At a conference in St. Lucia the week of Sept. 7, scientists and officials warned that climate chan...


Commentary: Africa, the Caribbean Should Factor Into Immigration Debate
Caribbean and African concerns are too often left out of the immigration debate....


Exploring Our Global Reach
At the Leading Women Defined conference, Mona Sutphen discusses economic development in Africa and ...


Caribbean Maroons Hope Tourism Can Save Culture
Maroons in the Caribbean are increasingly showcasing their unique culture for visitors in hopes tha...


U.K. Census: Africans Surpass Caribbean Population
New census figures from the U.K. show a shift in the origins of the majority of Britain’s Black pop...


Movie Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Is the Johnny Depp flick worth your money?...


Caribbean Crime Wave Linked to U.S. Deportations
Caribbean Crime Wave Linked to U.S. Deportations...


Earl Threatens U.S. Coast after Hitting Caribbean
Earl Threatens U.S. Coast after Hitting Caribbean...


Jamaican Swimmer Alia Atkinson Makes History
Becomes first Black woman to win world swimming title....


Protoje: 'Music Is Free... It Belongs to Everybody'
Reggae star talks new album and giving more credit to Jamaican artists....


Angelique Sabrina Talks Rihanna Comparisons
The Bahamian singer is "ready" to put her "island club R&B" sound on the music map....


Tony Award-Winning Director, Dancer Geoffrey Holder Dies at 84
West Indies native was a multi-talented artist....


Off The Beaten Path On Puerto Rico
Posted Sept. 17, 2008 – Normally, when people think of booking a trip to Puerto Rico, they think of...


Antigua's Highest Peak Renamed 'Mount Obama'
Antigua renames mountain after Obama....


Tatyana Ali Opens Up About Being Ostracized for Having 'Good Hair'
The actress wished she could have hair twists like her mom....


Obama Names Ebola 'Czar' as Precautions Expand
Former White House staffer Ron Klain will report to national security adviser Susan Rice....


Health Hero: Amplifying the Voices of Black LGBT Youth
This Spirit Day, GLAAD’s Tiq Milan wants you to be the agent of change....

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