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In April 2021, St. Vincent and the Grenadines were hard hit by the explosion of the La Soufrière Volcano. It was a tough time for our friends and family from this small island, but The Caribbean Diaspora was quick to respond with an overwhelming amount of support. Even though most of the media has finished […]

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One of the best things about visiting Bonaire is that not only you get to see the beautiful coral reef along the coastline and explore the environment, but you will also enjoy the great taste of food that the island has to offer. And what better way to experience the taste than by stopping by […]

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Carnival in Curacao is a bucket list event.  What started off a way to celebrate Lent is now an amazing festival that in various ways pays homage to its humble beginnings. Leading the parade is the Carnival Queen, bestowing parade-goers with fertility and peace in the spirit of Mother Earth. Equally beloved are the Prince […]

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Caribbean Carnival is one of the best times of the year. You enjoy Soca music while you dance the whole day around the island. But being out in the sun all day has its drawbacks and you stay hydrated and protect your skin. We speak with Devaughn Charles from Banana Boat/Hawaiian Tropic who explains the […]

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Now you know we love to try different foods everywhere we go. When we visited the beautiful island on Bonaire, we got the opportunity to eat at At Sea Restaurant Bonaire. We were treated to some delectable dishes which were a beautiful fusion of Caribbean and European cuisines. Besides the food, One of the best […]

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We visit the Island of Montserrat, BWI where we speak with our friend Warren Solomon about this beautiful island. We hike some amazing trails, visit the world-famous Air Studios Montserrat – Rock Music where a lot of hit records were made by the legendary Beatles producer Sir George Martin.    

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We spoke with Yolanda Mclean, Diversity Vice-President, Racialized Workers for The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Canada’s largest union who tells us about her own experience with racism and how her union helped her to get justice in the workplace.

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In this episode we are previewing the Durham Caribbean Festival 2020. Due to COVID 19 and amongst group gathering restrictions, The Durham Caribbean Festival is proud to announce our 2020 Online Festival, so we can bring a taste of the Caribbean into your homes and still, feel connected. Due to COVID 19 and amongst group […]

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