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From Haiti to migrants, Caribbean-American voters talk about the vote and the prospect of President Trump.
Caribbean choreograpers used dance in New York to look at the themes of childhood and sisterhood. The result was "Black Girl: Linguistic Play".
David Jessop of the Caribbean Council analyses why, economically, the Caribbean cannot always be linked to the fate of Latin America.
Debut author Gardenia Destang writes a blog for Caribbean Intelligence© about the world of the virtual book tour.
David Jessop
Caribbean Council Director David Jessop looks at the value of money sent home by the Caribbean Diaspora and its importance to economies back home.
President Obama
It's about Cuba and Venezuela as the leaders of the Americas region meet in Panama. The changing face of Washington relations.
wedding rings
Trinidad journalist-turned-student-turned-New-York-journalist Kejan Haynes takes a first-hand look at the complicated US visa system.
mas band in NY
New York's 2013 West Indian Parade included a celebration of Caribbean pride with an added ingredient of New York politics on the final day of the Labor Day weekend. Pictures by Kejan Haynes for Caribbean Intelligence.  
Man holding placard saying 'I am Trayvon'
Caribbean Americans join the post-Zimmerman acquittal protests and why some black Americans see the appeal in the Caribbean.
Statue of LIberty
Kejan Haynes explores how changing immigration policy in the US is making an impact on the average Caribbean student.
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