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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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We speak with Award-Winning Producer/Director Jennifer Holness from Hungry Eyes Media about her Subjects Of Desire Documentary, a film that examines the complexities behind Black Beauty standards. The film had its world premiere at SXSW and was awarded Top 10 Audience Favourite at Hot Docs. Jennifer Holness has worked as a documentary filmmaker for nearly […]

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We took a 2-3 hour drive to Negril from Montego Bay and discovered a new highway being built through Ferris to Mackfield in Westmoreland, Jamaica. Shot in real-time, avoiding potholes, and enjoying sweet Reggae Music, we really enjoyed this drive in Jamaica.

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We have a sneak peek at our exclusive interview with Angela James, the first Black woman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. She tells us her thoughts on being a hockey player, her love of the game, and why it’s important to speak out in difficult situations especially in regards to racial injustice. She […]

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We visited Erica’s Hideaway in Negril, Jamaica. It is an authentic Jamaican dining experience that has been serving up some of the best food in Negril for over 40 years. They made us great dishes from scratch includes Chop Suey and some delicious Conch. Whether it is chicken, shrimp, fish, seafood, steak, pork chops, conch, […]

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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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Germaine Durand is the CEO of Divi Divi Air N.V. that flies out of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao. Growing up she always wanted to be a pilot even though women were not encouraged to undertake that occupation. She followed her father’s advice to get something to fall back on when she graduated with a Business Degree. Still, […]

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We talk to Playwright Troy Crossfield of Crossfield House Productions about their play “A Little White Lie,” the film “Silence of the Land” and why showing all sides of the black male experience Is important.

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