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Jamaican Diaspora to Stage Massive Independence Celebrations in USA

Washington, DC - Plans are in high gear for the staging of Jamaica’s independence celebrations, in a number of states including Washington DC Metropolitan Area, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia and New York, are set to celebrate Jamaica’s 61st anniversary of independence with a range of activities over several days.

Flag bearers enter the sanctuary in Takoma Park, Maryland, signaling the commencement of the Thanksgiving Service to mark Jamaica’s Diamond Jubilee and 184 years of Emancipation. Leading the procession is Rick Nugent, president of the Jamaican Association of Maryland. Bearing the Jamaica flag is Mrs. Kerry Anderson-Dixon (right) and Mrs. Ingrid Jallier (with the USA flag), both Embassy staff members. –at right is Ambassador Audrey Marks. (Photo by Derrick A Scott)

Street in New York Co-Named After Trinidadian ‘Carnival Queen’ Joyce Quamina

NEW YORK, New York – A street in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York has been named after renowned Trinidadian “Carnival Queen” Joyce Quamina, a long-standing treasurer of the Brooklyn-based West Indian-American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA), that organizers of the annual, massive West Indian American Day Carnival Parade on Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway. 

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St Kitts and Nevis Announces Extension to CBI Programme Limited Time Offer

Basseterre, St. Kitts -  International investors have been clamouring to take advantage of one of the best deals in the investment migration industry this year – St Kitts and Nevis’ Sustainable Growth Fund (SGF) Limited Time Offer (LTO) which allows investors to gain approval for alternative citizenship in the country in as little as 60 days for a reduced fee. 

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