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Be Fearful Not Of Immigrants But Of Lying, Racist, Selfish Politicians

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: The much-anticipated midterm elections are now over, but what undoubtedly remains is the ever-growing divide in the nation, stoked by racism, xenophobia and nativist politics from the alt-right and its self-confessed nationalist-in-chief. After this election, it will be harder for the Republican Party to distance itself from labels ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Jamaica

Only in Jamaica will you find a scene like this at road corners across the island. It’s why it makes our Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day. Wonder what’s in those pots? We are sure its delicious. The post Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Jamaica appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Jamaica

Only in Jamaica will you find a scene like this at road corners across the island. It’s why it makes our Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day. Wonder what’s in those pots? We are sure its delicious. The post Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Jamaica appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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This Caribbean National Makes History In The Georgia Elections

By NAN Contributor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Nov. 7, 2018: While Georgia’s gubernatorial race remains too close to call with Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams refusing to give up, one Caribbean national had something to celebrate Tuesday night. Donna McLeod, a mother, grandmother and resident of House District 105 in Gwinnett County, Georgia, made history by becoming the first ...

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Caribbean Immigrants Quietly Win In South Florida Amid Distress Over Senate, Gubernatorial Races

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Weds. Nov. 7, 2018: While many Caribbean immigrants in Florida and across the nation watched in distress and angst at the nail-biting gubernatorial and senate race in the state last night, some Caribbean roots candidates were celebrating wins in several local races in South Florida. In Broward County, Jamaican-American attorney Jackie ...

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Scotiabank named 2018 Bank of The Year by LatinFinance

TORONTO, Nov. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Scotiabank is proud to have been named 2018 Bank of the Year by LatinFinance for excellence in retail, commercial and investment banking services for Latin America and the Caribbean. Scotiabank is the first Canadian bank to ever receive the Bank of the Year award from LatinFinance. The Bank was recognized for its, ...

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As Americans Vote, Trumpism Has Energized The Invisible Caribbean Voting Bloc To Get Out The Vote

Election Special By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Nov. 6, 2018: When political pundits speak of the minority voting blocs that could flip the hotly contested U.S. mid-term elections today, Nov. 6, 2018, their only focus is on Hispanic and African-American voters. Lost in the mix, largely because they are mostly regarded as simply part of ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Dominica

Today’s Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day spotlights on the unique Ruins Rock Cafe in Roseau, Dominica which offers visitors a sampling of local and exotic Caribbean bush rums, including some with some creepy, crawly things soaked in – all in an old burned out building a block from the waterfront in Roseau, the country’s capital. This cafe survived Hurricane Maria’s wrath and is again ...

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This Caribbean National’s Horse Just Ran In The Breeders’ Cup Classic

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, LOUISVILLE, KY, Mon. Nov. 4, 2018: A Caribbean national created history on Saturday Nov. 3, 2018, as his horse ran in the elite Breeders’ Cup Classic of 2018 in Louisville, Kentucky. Trinidad and Tobago national, Uriah St. Lewis’ horse, Discreet Lover, ran in the $6,000,000 race as the underdog. Ridden by Mexican-born jockey, Manuel Franco, ...

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This Caribbean National’s Horse Just Ran In The Breeders’ Cup Classic

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, LOUISVILLE, KY, Mon. Nov. 4, 2018: A Caribbean national created history on Saturday Nov. 3, 2018, as his horse ran in the elite Breeders’ Cup Classic of 2018 in Louisville, Kentucky. Trinidad and Tobago national, Uriah St. Lewis’ horse, Discreet Lover, ran in the $6,000,000 race as the underdog. Ridden by Mexican-born jockey, Manuel Franco, ...

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