Caribbean American Weekly

Caribbean American Weekly Owned and produced by Caribbean people, Caribbean American Weekly is a weekly paper whose island flair does not preclude it from providing useful information to immigrants from any and all countries of origin throughout the New York Metropolitan.

Caribbean American Weekly , serves a blend of international news, sports, interviews Caribbean American Weekly, feature articles and political analysis without heavy controversy, local news and informative columns to create a newspaper that readers read and share with others.

Mission: CAW’s affiliate paper Today’s Christian also provides ties to faith-based communities and the organizations based in them.

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National Voter Registration Day is an American National Holiday celebrating our democracy, and reminding ALL citizens to...
09/22/2020

National Voter Registration Day is an American National Holiday celebrating our democracy, and reminding ALL citizens to register and to vote. It is celebrated each fourth Tuesday of September - in 2020, on September 22.

PLEASE: Register to Vote - and Vote!

Voting for the kind of America you believe in
is one of the greatest gifts you can give your grandchildren.
In many ways, our future is determined as much by local school boards and city councils as by federal officials.
Make a difference.

All tyranny needs to gain a foothold
is for people of good conscience to remain silent.
- Thomas Jefferson

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent
about things that matter.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Bad politicians are sent to Washington [and state and local government] by good people who don't vote.
- William E. Simon

Mike Aubertin contributed to the development of Arts and Culture not only from the perspective of being the Director of ...
09/14/2020
Funeral Service of Michael Aubertin, Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception Castries, St Lucia

Mike Aubertin contributed to the development of Arts and Culture not only from the perspective of being the Director of Culture for several years but as a practicing artist that spanned many years. He contributed indelibly to many art forms notably: Calypso, Theater, Literature, and Radio Broadcasting. His writings Neg Maron: Freedom Fighter, spoke of Saint Lucia’s history and its correlation to what makes us unique as a people and how it has shaped our culture.

Mike Aubertin contributed to the development of Arts and Culture not only from the perspective of being the Director of Culture for several years but as a practicing artist that spanned many years.…

#neverforget
09/11/2020

#neverforget

Caribbean American Weekly remembers with sadness the lives lost and those impacted on September 11, 2001. On this 19th a...
09/11/2020

Caribbean American Weekly remembers with sadness the lives lost and those impacted on September 11, 2001. On this 19th anniversary, we are reminded of the heroism of first responders who saved thousands of lives and the immense courage they showed rushing without hesitation into destruction's way, only thinking of helping others. We recollect the valor of those who sacrificed their lives that tragic day and the humanity of the many who later suffered severe illness because of the rescue and recovery work they performed at Ground Zero. As we live through the COVID-19 pandemic, we are provided with yet another powerful reminder of the great debt we owe to all first responders and frontline workers. As in 2001, their sacrifices and selflessness today will never be unnoticed or forgotten. #september11 #neverforget

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez and the NYPD will host a Gun Buyback event this Saturday, September 12, 2020 fr...
09/09/2020

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez and the NYPD will host a Gun Buyback event this Saturday, September 12, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. Paul Community Baptist Church, located at 859 Hendrix Street in East New York, Brooklyn.

Our Office will offer $200 in bank cards for each working handgun or assault rifle turned in. No identification is required, all transactions will be anonymous, and all firearms will be accepted, no questions asked.

We remember the victims, heroes, first responders, and the many firefighters, who sacrificed themselves to save others.
09/09/2020
The 9/11 Attacks – 19 Years Later

We remember the victims, heroes, first responders, and the many firefighters, who sacrificed themselves to save others.

9/11 Tribute in Light and the New York City’s Lower Manhattan Downtown Skyline to commemorate the Memory of September 11, 2001. Manhattan, New York, USA September 11, 2015. (Shutterstock) By …

#HappyLaborDay
09/06/2020

#HappyLaborDay

Jamaica election: Andrew Holness' JLP re-elected amid rise in Covid-19 casesThe center-right Jamaica Labor Party (JLP) w...
09/06/2020

Jamaica election: Andrew Holness' JLP re-elected amid rise in Covid-19 cases

The center-right Jamaica Labor Party (JLP) won 49 of 63 seats in Thursday's parliamentary election. "There is cause for celebration, but there is also significant cause for consideration," Mr Holness said after the results were announced and he had seen his JLP gain 16 seats.
"There are many Jamaicans who did not participate, there are many Jamaicans, who for fear of the virus, did not come to the polls, but for other reasons, apathy, frustrations, decided not to participate."

09/06/2020

#Guyana

09/06/2020

Chadwick Boseman's family and friends gathered to say goodbye to the late actor. The Black Panther's wife Taylor Simone Ledward, as well as Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong', attended a private memorial in Malibu, California, on Saturday, Sept 5.

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09/03/2020

Read the latest issue of Caribbean American Weekly at www.cawynyc.com

Today, September 3, 2020,  is Election Day in Jamaica! Elections are special events.  Many died so that we can enjoy fre...
09/03/2020

Today, September 3, 2020, is Election Day in Jamaica!

Elections are special events. Many died so that we can enjoy freedom, a voice, a choice. Paul Bogle, George William Gordon, Nanny, Marcus Garvey, and others.

They did not have the rights we have today. They lived in totally unequal periods of slavery and oppression; Periods where freedom did not reign; Periods where our governments did not represent all. Our forefathers lived in times where death, prison, and/or whips were their punishment. And their only right was to work, work, and more work (in the boiling sun.)

So Jamaicans, no matter where you are on the island tomorrow:
Your vote is your voice
Your vote is your piece of equality
Your vote is your choice, your freedom, and your power

Exercise your RIGHT. Use your VOICE. Make your MARK.

Please go out and VOTE!!!

-Leo Gilling
Chairman, JDTAN
jdtan.org


P.S. Remember to wear your mask and practice social distancing. Be safe and keep those around you safe.

Hello #SeptemberLet's give each other flowers while we are here.
09/01/2020

Hello #September
Let's give each other flowers while we are here.

08/30/2020
New American Chamber of Commerce
08/30/2020

New American Chamber of Commerce

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Timeline Photos
08/28/2020

Timeline Photos

Fastest man alive Usain Bolt tests positive for coronavirus
08/25/2020
Fastest man alive Usain Bolt tests positive for coronavirus

Fastest man alive Usain Bolt tests positive for coronavirus

World-record sprinter and eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt has tested positive for the coronavirus and is self-isolating at his home in Jamaica after last week celebrating his 34th birthday with a big bash mask-free.

Check out our latest issue of Caribbean American Weekly. Read about the fake sou sou scam and more! Go to www.cawnyc.com...
08/21/2020

Check out our latest issue of Caribbean American Weekly. Read about the fake sou sou scam and more! Go to www.cawnyc.com
#BidenHarris2020

08/21/2020
Read the latest immigration news and legislative updates. Go to www.ijlef.org#immigrants
08/21/2020

Read the latest immigration news and legislative updates. Go to www.ijlef.org
#immigrants

Instead of new music, Rihanna is set to treat fans to a cookbook, where she will share her favourite Caribbean recipes, ...
08/20/2020
Rihanna To Release A Cookbook Of Caribbean Recipes

Instead of new music, Rihanna is set to treat fans to a cookbook, where she will share her favourite Caribbean recipes, as well as her own collection of culinary tips, which she's refined throughout lockdown.

By 8Days Rihanna is set to release a cookbook. The 32-year-old singer has been keeping people waiting for her ninth studio album for four years, and she’s been hard at work cooking something …

New American Chamber of Commerce
01/20/2020

New American Chamber of Commerce

“We may have all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.

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Just found out a West Indian is running for NYC Mayor - Dr. Robbie Gosine. Anyone knows who this guy is?