NEW YORK – New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer recently honored three Caribbean Americans as part of Caribbean American Heritage Month celebrations.
NEW YORK – Rickford Burke, president of the Brooklyn, New York-based Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy (CGID), has welcomed the recent ruling by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on presidential term limits in Guyana.
An American lawmaker with Caribbean roots is pushing for added labor protections which, if successful, could reward laborers from the Caribbean with additional benefits, including overtime pay.
Lightning flashed wildly across the skies of Homestead, FL just south of Miami on June 23, 2018. What began as a sunny, hot afternoon quickly became black thunderclouds dumping a steady deluge from severe thunderstorms on more than 1,400 people who walked miles to the Homestead Air Reserve Base on SW 288 Street in South Miami-Dade, Florida.