November 13, 2019

Caribbean Contribution to Black History

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By Tony Best From the New York Carib News Law, government, Literature, Politics, science and economy, indeed in every area of life When the U.S. Postal Service recently issued a stamp commemorating the life and accomplishment of Shirley Chisholm, the first Black women elected to the U.S. House of Representative, it put the spotlight on […]

Black History Month 2014: The Plain of Cul-de-Sac

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By Hunter Wallace From Occidental Haiti The year is 1899. Hesketh Prichard, a British explorer, adventurer, and travel writer, has arrived in Haiti to see with his own eyes the land where “the law of the world is reversed, and the Black man rules.” It has been 105 years since the abolition of slavery in […]

Caribbean – American Contribution To Black History

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By Michael Roberts From Today, nobody can doubt the sterling contribution of Caribbean-Americans to the growth and development of the United States. And it’s been a long history of proven commitment by those who have made this country their adopted homeland. That our ancestors from Africa labored without reward or recompense in the dark […]