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It's a Caribbean thing

How much of our connection with the Caribbeans have we explored? As is known with the trans-atlantic
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It's a Caribbean thing
By The Afropole • Issue #34 • View online
How much of our connection with the Caribbeans have we explored? As is known with the trans-atlantic slave trade, a large number of Africans were also shipped to British-owned colonies in the Caribbeans. Our Carib brothers & sisters people are not new to the journey of self-discovery, culture, a wholesome development, innovation and definitive quality of life. The story is common across board. We want the same thing. The question remains, how do we leverage our shared history in finding mutually beneficial opportunities that will ultimately, lead to self-sufficiency?

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