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Oceania

New York’s Lieutenant Governor Denies Wrongdoing After Indictment In Federal Bribery Case

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The indictment and arrest of New York State Lieutenant Governor Benjamin present a challenge for Gov. Kathy Hochul's reelection campaign.See the Story

19 Caribbean Immigrants In US History

It's the last day of the 2022 celebration of National Caribbean American Heritage Month. Here are 19 prolific Caribbean immigrants in US history you should know.See the Story
Orlando · Orlando

Miya’s Law Is Now A Reality In Florida

Miya’s Law, named after the Caribbean American teen who was murdered in her Orlando apartment complex nine months ago, is now a reality in Florida. Read more here.See the Story
Haiti · Haiti

NYC Mayor Raises Haitian Flag At Bowling Green, NY

New York City Mayor Eric Adams joined Arthur Piccolo, chairman of the Bowling Green Association in raising the flag of Haiti at Bowling Green in downtown Manhattan.See the Story
Marijuana · Thailand

Cannabis News Today

NBA forward Montrezl Harrell faces felony drug trafficking charges, a farming community in Thailand has been feeding its chickens cannabis; a top court in Brazil This Week authorized three patients to grow cannabis for medical treatment and more marijuana news from the Caribbean and around the world this week in 60 seconds.See the Story

Black Immigrant Daily News

Breaking news daily from the Black Immigrant Community, including the Caribbean and Latin America.See the Story

This Caribbean Immigrant Owned The First Black Newspaper In The U.S.

On March 16, 1827, the first black newspaper was published in the U.S. It was founded by 27-year-old Caribbean immigrant John Russwurm.See the Story
Harvard

Harvard's Investments Included Loans To Caribbean Slave Owners

Harvard University benefited from slavery in the Caribbean, a new report shows.See the Story

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