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Caribbean-American Legislators Celebrate Black History Month

NEW YORK, New York – In recognition of Black History Month 2022 and its theme of Black health and wellness, Caribbean American legislators in New York are celebrating the “contributions, triumphs and tribulations” of Blacks who have shaped the United States and those who continue to do so.

Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn (Getty Images)

Caribbean Owned Small Businesses Get Much Needed Boost

Small business entrepreneurs have always had to work doubly hard to survive in an atmosphere that at times seemed stacked against them. Indeed, the past two years, defined by the global pandemic, have created havoc for many enterprises, big and small. But there are those who see opportunity in adversity. Some of these fearless business owners have been lauded and supported by established institutions for their spunk and success-driven products and services.

Archbishop Tutu Was a Champion of Racial Justice

Trinidadian Steve Dixon, who met Archbishop Tutu, stated that it was with deep sadness that he learned of the passing of the South African Anglican clergyman and passionate anti-apartheid crusader. Archbishop Tutu died at a care home in Cape Town on 26th December 2021, aged 90. He was laid to rest at a state funeral which was held on New Year’s Day.  

Flashback: Steve Dixon with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 1994

Caribbean National Gets Top Royal Honor

LONDON, England - A Caribbean national has made history, becoming the first Black person in 700 years to be appointed as a member of the Order of the Garter, England’s oldest and most senior order of chivalry.

Baroness Valerie Amos. (Photo: Richard Perry/The New York Times)
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