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Barbados: Donville Inniss, a former senior minister in the government of Barbados just 20 months ago was Thursday found guilty of conspiracy to commit money laundering and two counts of money laundering. Comment
Guyana: Students of Guyana’s highland regions have a savior in Headteacher Quado Vancooton, a dedicated educator for more than 18 years, who has made it his life’s career to travel to remote villages of Guyana to educate underprivileged children in indigenous villages. Comment

Judge Judy talks about life growing up

On the latest edition of Power Women, Schneps publisher and president, Vicki Schneps replays an interview with Judge Judy who talks about life growing up in Brooklyn and the difference between growing up then and now. Comment

Claire Shulman talks about her political career

On this edition of Power Women, Schneps Publisher and President, Vicki Schneps is joined by Former Queens Borough President and President and CEO of the Flushing Willets Point Corona LDC, Claire Shulman, who talks about her illustrious career in Queens local politics and so much more Comment

Census 2020 Complete Count Campaign kicks off

Brooklyn: More than 160 community partners on Tuesday joined Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker, Corey Johnson in kicking off NYC Census 2020 Complete Count Campaign. Comment

Soca artist appeals for more airplay

Music: He says he’s got nothing to lose. “I’ve been releasing music, recording professionally since 2005 and I’m yet to make it to mainstream radio. What do I have to lose at this point?” he rationalized. From Guayaguayare, Trinidad, one of the most persistent, hardworking vocalists in the underground Soca music industry, is bursting at the seams, urging programme directors at radio stations across Trinidad and Tobago to create better systems to accommodate the industry. Comment
Guyana: Brooklyn Borough Hall was packed to capacity Friday evening as the Brooklyn community celebrated the retirement of former Deputy Brooklyn Borough President Sandra Chapman after 35 years of city service. Comment

The face of reparations

The face of reparations

Caribbean: Within the decade beginning this year the Caribbean may have solutions to the growing scourge of Type II diabetes, have a new economic approach as former colonial nations, and re-establish links with sub-Saharan Africa. Comment

Grenadians congratulate country’s new cabinet secretary

Grenada: Several members of the Grenadian community in Brooklyn has extended overwhelming congratulations to Ruth Elizabeth Rouse, a former Grenada United Nations ambassador and distinguished senior public servant, who earlier this month was appointed Secretary to the Grenada Cabinet. Comment
Trinidad and Tobago: Visual magazine, “Lawd” shines a light on Caribbean creatives everywhere. The quarterly publication is the brainchild of Trinidadians, 27-year-old Sinead Collymore-Jones and business partner, Sache Alexander–George. They came up with the name after thinking of a phrase recognized in the Caribbean and the diaspora. Comment
Jamaica: Make no mistake about it, Jamaicans have staked a claim positioning themselves at the forefront of proclaiming Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie I, His Imperial Majesty, the Lion of Judah, the conquering Lion of Judah, direct descendant of King Solomon and Queen Sheba and have relentlessly extolled their messiah with a long list of reverent titles. Comment

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