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This Economic Development Agency Is Focused On Becoming The Impact Investment Hub For The Caribbean

Dale Le Febvre, one of the newest clients in the UVI RTPark and founder of Anvil 1 LLC, presents a donation for USD 750,000 to the University of the Virgin Islands on May 24, 2017. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, June 2 2017: The US Virgin Islands Specialist Economic Development Agency, the University of the Virgin Islands RTPark, (UVI RTPark), ...

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This Award Winning Jamaican Jazz Great Is Set To Play The San Francisco Jazz Festival For The First Time

Grammy Nominated Legendary Jamaican Jazz Great Monty Alexander. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017: Jazz fans in San Francisco are in for a treat next weekend as award-winning, Jamaican jazz maestro, Monty Alexander, makes his debut at the 35th annual San Francisco Jazz Festival. Alexander, fresh from playing sold out concerts in Europe and Africa, will make ...

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5 Ways You Can Join The 2017 Caribbean Week In New York Celebration

A Caribbean chef shows off his cuisine at the past Caribbean Week event. By NAN Lifestyle Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017: Caribbean Week In New York 2017, which has become an annual 44th year tradition, kicks off officially tomorrow June 3rd in the Big Apple. Here are five ways you can be part of this ...

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5 Ways You Can Join The 2017 Caribbean Week In New York

A Caribbean chef shows off his cuisine at the past Caribbean Week event. By NAN Lifestyle Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017: Caribbean Week In New York 2017, which has become an annual 44th year tradition, kicks off officially tomorrow June 3rd in the Big Apple. Here are five ways you can be part of this ...

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This Caribbean Roots Artist Is Now Part Owner of High Times Magazine

Reggae artist Damian Marley is no a co-owner of a marijuana focused magazine. By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017: A Caribbean roots Grammy winning artist is the new part-owner of High Times Magazine, the New York-based monthly magazine that advocates the legalization of cannabis. Damian Robert Nesta “Jr. Gong” Marley, the son of ...

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Trump Minions Hope To Push Little Noticed Bill To Criminalize Immigrants

The bill comes as the US ICE round up and deportation continues with 41,000 deported in 100 days. By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017: Call them Donald Trump minions! Having failed miserably in the courts to place a ban on some immigrants, Trump and his anti-immigrant aides, aka, Dr. Death Steve Bannon, are ...

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Caribbean Recipe Of The Week – Roast Breadfruit

Roasting breadfruit on an open flame. By Minna LaFortune News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017: Breadfruit is a very popular fruit in the Caribbean and in the Caribbean Diaspora. It is a very aromatic starchy fruit, that can be eaten when it is unfit and when it is fit or mature as well. Once the breadfruit season ...

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Trump’s America – Episode #20 – Dinosaur Trump: Destroyer Of Worlds

They Are Coming To Get Us. We Must Stop Them! By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 2, 2017:  Trump’s Right Wing Rant Thursday afternoon is one of the most embarrassing moments in the history of the American Presidency. What an insult it is to have this Clown as our President. Besides being incompetent, he is also ...

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Philadelphia Set To Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month

News Americas, Philadelphia, PA, June 1, 2017: Philadelphia will be celebrating Caribbean Heritage Month in June with a series of activities put on by the Caribbean community in Philadelphia. Caribbean American Heritage Month first started in 2008 when President George W. Bush signed the Proclamation making June, Caribbean American Heritage Month on June 5, 2006. Since then, Caribbean American Heritage ...

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Trump Official Reiterates TPS for Haitians Is Meant To Be Temporary

US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John Kelly. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, Thurs. June 1, 2017: A top US official in the Donald Trump administration has reiterated that the program of Temporary Protected Status granted to some immigrants is simply meant to be just that – “temporary.” Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly ...

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