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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.

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“We have a path to victory and it looks like the city of New York,” said Wiley. “We have seen support from the four corn...
06/24/2021
‘We Have a Path to Victory’: Maya Wiley Predicts Winning NYC Mayoral Race After Ranked Votes Are Counted | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

“We have a path to victory and it looks like the city of New York,” said Wiley. “We have seen support from the four corners of this city.”
The progressive Democrat ticked off her diverse coalition of supporters, including young white progressives and Black and Latino voters, that she predicted could drive her to victory. #MayaWiley

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Mayoral candidate Maya Wiley arrives for debate at NBC Studios at Rockefeller Center. She greets supporters gathering outside to appreciate their support. – New York, NY – June 16, 2021 (S...

Summer has begun, and many people are hoping for better days after the lockdown in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wi...
06/23/2021
Plan to Travel More in 2021 | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

Summer has begun, and many people are hoping for better days after the lockdown in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With more persons vaccinated and the opening up of businesses and resorts with health and safety precautions in place, it’s time to make that dream trip or vacation a reality. #travel #traveling

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Summer has begun, and many people are hoping for better days after the lockdown in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With more persons vaccinated and the opening up of businesses and resorts....

#CaribbeanAmericanHeritageMonth #Jamaica #diaspora #Diasporaengagement
06/22/2021
Message From Consul General Alsion Roach Wilson, OD | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

#CaribbeanAmericanHeritageMonth #Jamaica #diaspora #Diasporaengagement

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post My fellow Jamaicans in the Diaspora, I am delighted to convey warm greetings to you, on the occasion of National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, which, since 2006, has been celebrated annua...

President Biden on Thursday signed legislation to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, the day after the House voted overw...
06/20/2021
Biden Signs Bill Making Juneteenth a Federal Holiday | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

President Biden on Thursday signed legislation to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, the day after the House voted overwhelmingly to enshrine June 19 as the national day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. #Juneteenth

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Annie Karni and Luke Broadwater, NY Times President Biden on Thursday signed legislation to make Juneteenth a federal holiday, the day after the House voted overwhelmingly to enshrine June....

While our nation has come a long way since June 19, 1866, when the first Juneteenth celebration took place in Texas, the...
06/20/2021
Commemorating Juneteenth in 2021: Black Women Speak Out | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

While our nation has come a long way since June 19, 1866, when the first Juneteenth celebration took place in Texas, there is still a long way to go. Juneteenth marks the day we celebrate the official end of slavery in the United States. #Juneteenth

While our nation has come a long way since June 19, 1866, when the first Juneteenth celebration took place in Texas, there is still a long way to go. Juneteenth marks the day we celebrate the official end of slavery in the United States.

I’m running for Brooklyn Borough President because our borough faces tough challenges, and I believe that together we ca...
06/19/2021
Why I Should Be Your Next Borough President | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

I’m running for Brooklyn Borough President because our borough faces tough challenges, and I believe that together we can overcome them and build our borough back better than before. We need a leader who is willing to champion bold, progressive solutions to the pressing challenges that face working families and residents across Brooklyn.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Antonio Reynoso I’m running for Brooklyn Borough President because our borough faces tough challenges, and I believe that together we can overcome them and build our borough back better t...

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06/18/2021

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06/11/2021

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Martin Luther King Jr said: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments  of comfort and convenience...
06/09/2021
We Endorse Antonio Reynoso for Borough President of Brooklyn | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

Martin Luther King Jr said: “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” Antonio Reynoso has proven to be a man willing to stand and fight for those without a voice, less fortunate, overlooked, and downtrodden. #AntonioReynoso

Caribbean American Weekly, The Immigrant’s Journal, and Workers’ World Today are proud to endorse Antonio Reynoso as the next Borough President of Brooklyn.

Daily food choices can have a profound impact on overall health and well-being. Not only do healthy dietary patterns hel...
06/07/2021
How to Raise a Healthy Eater at Every Stage of Childhood | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

Daily food choices can have a profound impact on overall health and well-being. Not only do healthy dietary patterns help maintain good health, but they also reduce the risk of chronic diseases throughout all stages of life. #health #healthyeating

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Daily food choices can have a profound impact on overall health and well-being. Not only do healthy dietary patterns help maintain good health, but they also reduce the risk of chronic disease...

The Biden administration announced that eligible Haitians currently living in the United States can once again apply for...
06/07/2021
Haitian Nationals win a Reprieve in the Form of TPS | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

The Biden administration announced that eligible Haitians currently living in the United States can once again apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Those individuals who qualify for TPS can live and work in the United States for a period of 18 months. #Haiti #Haitians

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Members of Haitian women for Haitian refugees organization rally for restoration of TPS and permanent status for refugees from Haiti on Ocean Avenue. – New York, NY – November 8, 2020 (Shu...

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) mishandled the coronavirus outbreak in detention centers so badly that it...
06/07/2021
ICE Spread COVID-19 Across the Country, Not Just in Immigration Detention Centers | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) mishandled the coronavirus outbreak in detention centers so badly that it not only lead to horrific conditions and deaths among people in its custody, it is also responsible for the spread of COVID-19 in surrounding areas. #ICE

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post ICE Protest outside Bergen County Jail: Protesters outside the jail with abolish ICE signs. – Hackensack, New Jersey, USA – November 29th, 2020 (Shutterstock) By Rebekah Wolf, Immigration ...

A Brooklyn bus driver hailed as a hero after being slugged and slurred while trying to protect an elderly Asian couple h...
06/07/2021
Under the Bus: Hero Drivers Fight MTA Over Pay After Being Attacked While Protecting New Yorkers | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

A Brooklyn bus driver hailed as a hero after being slugged and slurred while trying to protect an elderly Asian couple has been denied workers’ compensation by the MTA — all because the attack occurred during his coffee break.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Jose Martinez, The CITY A Brooklyn bus driver hailed as a hero after being slugged and slurred while trying to protect an elderly Asian couple has been denied workers’ compensation by the...

We found that Black drivers who received a failure-to-pay suspension increased their likelihood of getting another ticke...
06/07/2021
Driver’s License Suspensions for Failure to pay Fines Inflict Particular Harm on Black Drivers | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

We found that Black drivers who received a failure-to-pay suspension increased their likelihood of getting another ticket by up to nine percentage points. White drivers, meanwhile, saw a roughly three percentage point decrease in their likelihood of getting another ticket.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Sian Mughan, The Conversation Imagine being unable to pay a US$50 traffic ticket and, as a result, facing mounting fees so high that even after paying hundreds, maybe thousands, of dollars....

The NYC Test & Trace Corps is a public health initiative to fight the threat of COVID-19. The Corps is a group of doctor...
06/07/2021
The Importance of Test and Trace | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

The NYC Test & Trace Corps is a public health initiative to fight the threat of COVID-19. The Corps is a group of doctors, public health professionals, and community advocates working to reverse the COVID-19 outbreak and protect our city.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Victoria Falk, Special to CAW The NYC Test & Trace Corps is a public health initiative to fight the threat of COVID-19. The Corps is a group of doctors, public health professionals, and com...

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06/07/2021

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June is National Caribbean American Heritage Month, and this year marks the fifteenth anniversary. The commemoration of ...
06/03/2021
June is Caribbean-American Heritage Month: Let’s Celebrate | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

June is National Caribbean American Heritage Month, and this year marks the fifteenth anniversary. The commemoration of this observance aims to remind Americans that our greatness lies in our diversity. #CaribbeanHeritageMonth #Caribbean #Caribbeanpeople

June is National Caribbean American Heritage Month, and this year marks the fifteenth anniversary. The commemoration of this observance aims to remind Americans that our greatness lies in our diversity.

For black women, navigating the obstacles of race and gender, stereotype and burden, requires a dexterity that constitut...
06/03/2021
The struggle is real: The unrelenting weight of being a black, female athlete | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

For black women, navigating the obstacles of race and gender, stereotype and burden, requires a dexterity that constitutes a whole other layer of athleticism—an ability to contort in plain sight, often without being seen.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post By Lonnae O’Neal, The Undefeated The athletes, former athletes and coaches had gathered at Temple University to tell war stories. But the conversation wasn’t about diving catches or buzzer...

So, when this week, the federation fined Osaka $15,000 for skipping a news conference, Osaka was ready. She held to her ...
06/03/2021
Tennis World Needs to Check Itself After Naomi Osaka Pulls out of French Open | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

So, when this week, the federation fined Osaka $15,000 for skipping a news conference, Osaka was ready. She held to her word and said that she hoped the money from the fines would go toward mental health efforts.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post US Open champion Naomi Osaka of Japan of United States posing with US Open trophy during trophy presentation after her final match victory against Serena Williams. – New York – September 8...

It’s second day of play at the French Open yet it’s hard to imagine a bigger story emerging from this year’s tournament....
06/03/2021
Naomi Osaka’s French Open Withdrawal Puts the Spotlight on Mental Health | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

It’s second day of play at the French Open yet it’s hard to imagine a bigger story emerging from this year’s tournament. On Monday, Naomi Osaka announced that she is withdrawing from the event.

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Grand Slam Champion Naomi Osaka of Japan in action during her 2019 US Open third round match at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. – New York – August 31, 2019 (Shutterstock) By Jon ...

Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke (NY-09), Founding Co-chair of the Caribbean American Caucus, released the following state...
06/03/2021
Clarke Issues Statement Commemorating Caribbean Heritage Month | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke (NY-09), Founding Co-chair of the Caribbean American Caucus, released the following statement commemorating Caribbean American Heritage Month. #caribbeanheritagemonth

Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Washington, D.C. — Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke (NY-09), Founding Co-chair of the Caribbean American Caucus, released the following statement commemorating Caribbean American Heritage Mo...

During an exclusive interview with People, Power, and Politics Radio Show, Andrew Rigie, Executive Director of the New Y...
06/03/2021
Reviving New York City Restaurants | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

During an exclusive interview with People, Power, and Politics Radio Show, Andrew Rigie, Executive Director of the New York City Hospitality Alliance, spoke passionately about New York City restaurants and encouraged New Yorkers to do their part to revive them. #nycrestaurants

New York City restaurants were hard hit during the pandemic. With stay-at-home orders, the indoor dining shutdown, and social distancing restrictions...

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Twelve months after the murder of Floyd, and things feel as they did on May 24, 2020, the day before Floyd’s last breath...
05/26/2021
Life After George Floyd’s Death has Changed and yet it’s Still the Same | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

Twelve months after the murder of Floyd, and things feel as they did on May 24, 2020, the day before Floyd’s last breath. Police are still killing Black people. (Since May 26, 2020, more than 950 people, approximately 200 of them Black, were shot and killed by police, according to The Washington Post’s database on police killings, not taking into account those, like Floyd, not killed by a gun.)

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America, and its rich and powerful, didn’t actually care about Black people when they put out statements and donated money

This long-time Brooklyn resident is most known for his role as an administrator at one of New York City’s embattled hosp...
05/26/2021
Community Leader, Khari Edwards, Wants to be Brooklyn’s Next Borough President | Caribbean American Weekly Newspaper

This long-time Brooklyn resident is most known for his role as an administrator at one of New York City’s embattled hospitals – Brookdale Hospital. However, he resigned from his position to actively campaign for the Borough President position. Edwards sees the role of Brooklyn Borough President as a “…connector of the borough.”

One such candidate is Brooklyn Community Leader Khari Edwards. This long-time Brooklyn resident is most known for his role as an administrator at one of New York City’s embattled hospitals – Brookdale Hospital.

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