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Caribbean-American Councilmember Assailed In Racist Thread On Cop Message Board – A NAN First

Caribbean-American Councilmember and potential New York State Gubernatorial candidate, Jumaane Williams in 2001 after his arrest at the West Indian American Day Carnival. (Hayden Roger Celestin image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 25, 2017: A thread on an Internet message board frequented by current and past members of New York’s Finest is taking racist ...

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Cricket Rumble In Kingston

Jamaica Tallawahs will be looking to win on home turf. (CPL T20 Ltd.2017 Image) By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 25, 2017:  Get ready for a rumble in Kingston, Jamaica this Saturday as Trinidad & Tobago’s Trinbago Knight Riders take on the Jamaica Tallawahs in the 2017 CPL T20 cricket competition. The clash comes as ...

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8 Ways To Get A Green Card In Trump’s America – Part 7

U.S. Green Card options. By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 25, 2017: This week we continue our series on getting Permanent Residency or a Green Card in Trump’s America with Option 7 – Green Card Through A Number Of Special Options Little know to many immigrants, is the fact that there are also a number ...

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This New Caribbean Hotel Will Celebrate The Art Of ‘Liming’

A view from The Liming in Bequia. By NAN Travel Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 25, 2017: In Caribbean parlance, ‘liming’ refers largely to the art of doing nothing. A new Caribbean hotel aims to offer guests the chance to do just that! The Liming hotel will officially open on November 1, 2018 in the remote Caribbean ...

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These Caribbean Nations Are Eyeing A Black Gold Future

By NAN Business Editor News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Aug. 24, 2017: Oil fever exploration seems to be sweeping the Caribbean suddenly with some announcing a black gold or oil future or others announcing plans to drill for the precious commodity. According to Oil Price they are: 1: Guyana Exxonmobil announced last month that they’ve discovered more oil in the ...

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Jamaica Ska Legend Winston Samuels Passes

News Americas Now, PHILADELPHIA, PA-Thursday, August 24, 2017- Jamaican Ska Authentic Winston Samuels (McInnis) has gone home to rest.  His song about “There is a home up in Heaven called Paradise….” and we should Be Prepared says it all. Winston Samuels (McInnis), a living legend in Jamaican Music, was born in Kingston, Jamaica to proud parents Winston D. McInnis and Mavis ...

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Jamaica Ska Legend Winston Samuels Is Dead

News Americas Now, PHILADELPHIA, PA, Thursday, August 24, 2017: Jamaican Ska Authentic Winston Samuels (McInnis) has gone home to rest.  His song about “There is a home up in Heaven called Paradise….” and we should Be Prepared says it all. Winston Samuels (McInnis), a living legend in Jamaican Music, was born in Kingston, Jamaica to proud parents Winston D. McInnis and ...

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Montserrat Born Teen Dies After Collapsing During Football Practice

14-year-old born Montserrat immigrant Dominick Bess is dead after collapsing during football practice at a Bronx, NY school, New York Police say. (Family handout/AMNewYork image) By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, BRONX, NY, Weds. Aug. 23, 2017: A 14-year-old  born Montserrat immigrant is dead after collapsing during football practice at  a Bronx, NY school, New York Police say. Dominick Bess, ...

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Caribbean American Congressmember Rallies For Removal Of Confederate Signs In Brooklyn

Caribbean American Congressmember Yvette Clarke on Tuesday held a rally with some supporters in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, to urge the removal of Confederate signs from the area. (Twitter image) By NAN Contributor News Americas, Brooklyn, NY, Weds. Aug. 23, 2017: Fresh on the heels of her “Honoring Real Patriots Act of 2017” bill, Caribbean American Congressmember Yvette Clarke on Tuesday ...

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