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Caribbean nationals seeking a better life in the United States are not immune to the cruel fate being suffered by some migrants, including children forcibly taken from parents trying to enter the U.S.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad – Religious leaders in Trinidad and Tobago are objecting to any notion of same sex marriages taking root in the twin island republic and are urging the government of Prime Minister Keith Rowley to maintain that marriage is a union between a man and a woman.

MONTGOMERY, Alabama - A delicate thread, binding the roots of African Americans and Caribbean nationals of color in the United States may just have become stronger with the recent opening of two sites here which reflect history more similar than different.

The Honorable Shirley Anita Chisholm was a well accomplished politician, author, and educator. She was born in 1924 to parents Charles St. Hill of British Guiana and Ruby Seale of Barbados. She spent a part of her childhood in Barbados and considers herself Barbadian-American. 

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