Blackface – a sorry aspect of black history

Blackface – a sorry aspect of black history  Once called the "king of performers," Al Jolson was famous in the 1920s for his portrayal of blackface. It’s ironic on the first day of...

Celebrating Grenada’s 45th Anniversary Of Independence

Celebrating Grenada’s 45th Anniversary Of Independence National Pantheon Of Heroes This year, on February 7 Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique will celebrated 45 years of independence from Great Britain. Awhile some vestiges of...

Trini Rhodes scholar

(BROOKLYN, New york) CARIBBEAN TIMES NEWS has learned that twenty-year-old Zubin Deyal from Trinidad and Tobago is this year’s Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes Scholar. However, his selection by a committee chaired by...

Book explores cultural diversity among children

Keena Anthony and Shamfa Tittle--have recently published a children’s book entitled ‘I’m An American Too!’ Given their background as the proud children of Caribbean immigrants, their existences as black women, and their...

BROOKLYN REGGAE ARTIST GIVES BACK TO HIS COMMUNITY IN JAMAICA

By Dave Rodney Bucky Ital is a Brooklyn-based reggae artist who has just brought joy to nearly forty students in the Westmoreland community of Shrewsbury Logwood for the start of the new...

WILLIAMS’ INTERN CLASS VISITS CITY HALL

The summer Intern class at Council Member Jumaane D. Williams' office recently had the opportunity to observe the operations of New York's City Government up close. In particular, they witnessed on a...

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