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2015 - WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH AT CARIBVOICERADIO
Danielle Norris becomes intern at Caribvoiceradio. Danielle Norris is a talented literary and theatre enthusiast born and raised in Barbados. She has enjoyed the stage from her tender Sunday school days through primary, secondary and tertiary education where she has performed and written several pieces viewed nationally and independently through the years. (read more here) Meet Danielle LIVE on Monday, March 9, 2015 as she joins "Elevate Entrepreneurs Radio Show" in a co-host capacity designed to assist in elevating her dreams.
SESSIONS PLANNED FOR STATEN ISLAND, DUTCHESS COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, ATLANTA, ALABAMA
“Immigrants are vital to New York State’s sustained economic growth,” said Jorge I. Montalvo, Director of the New York State Office for New Americans. “We encourage all New Americans interested in starting or expanding a small business to attend one of these seminars to gain the skills needed in the current economic climate.” (read more)
L.I.F.E. is a new show conceptualized and hosted by Charisma Dezonie to celebrate women entrepreneurs doing extraordinary things with their existence. Show starts Monday, August 18, 2014 at 7 pm, Est right here on caribvoiceradio.org Watch her interview on
Listen to Lowrey Leon interview on the pre-launch of Indie Jazz Junction LIVE on caribvoiceradio. . .more news and guest information will be made available prior to the official launch on January 19, 2013.
WASHINGTON, DC (July 1, 2015) - One Caribbean Television (OCTV) went to the U.S. Congress last month to honor legislators who contributed to the proclamation of National Caribbean-American Heritage Month.
Mark Walton, President of Sales and Marketing for OCTV, noted that many Congressional representatives contributed to the formal recognition of the contributions of Caribbean-Americans to the United States, but he singled out California Congresswoman Barbara Lee for her 10 years of commitment to the cause.
Congresswoman Lee lauded One Caribbean Television for its work and reminded the collection of Caribbean diplomats, Congressional staff members, business and civic leaders, assembled at the Rayburn House Office Building, that the "media was instrumental" in educating the public, and stressed the importance of "keeping the achievements of the Caribbean in front of America."
"It is imperative that we continue our efforts to ensure that U.S. diplomatic relations with the Caribbean remain strong and a key priority in our foreign policy," said Congresswoman Lee.
Referring to the Congresswoman's views on the importance of media, Walton stated that "one of our goals at One Caribbean Television is to bring our 10-year-old network to the (entire) Diaspora - especially in North America."
In the coming months he pledged to "educate the market about the viability of the Caribbean and its Diaspora." While the 2010 U.S. Census counted 3.5 million Caribbean immigrants living in the United States, "most demographers put this figure at closer to six million. However, others put the number of people in the U.S. with some Caribbean roots as high as 20 million."
The reception, held on Wednesday, June 3, 2015, was hosted in conjunction with the Office of U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Lee.
Join Charlene Bowden for the premier of "Its Just Us" and "The Summit" with Co-host M.K. Durand Farley on Thursday July 2, 2015 beginning at 8 PM, Est
Tune in Thursday, July 2nd, to hear a'Ali DeSousa "the son of many lands - his paternal family immigrated from the Cape Verdean Islands and his maternal family from St. Kitts in the Caribbean." a'Ali discusses his newly released books, “Book of Thoughts” and “Atlantic Crossing”, and his feature length project "Broken Heroes", a film that encourages us to understand that war is far more than a 3 – letter word. Viewers come face to face with souls who are near or beyond repair in the face of sheer destruction and dichotomies, yet, in the midst, a love story between a husband and wife. brokenheroesthefilm.com. The It's Just Us Radio Show can be heard on Thursdays at 8:00 pm est on caribvoiceradio.org. The show is followed by The Summit with Charlene Bowden. itsjustusradio.com
Celebrating the launch of The Summit with Charlene Bowden, a weekly program that focuses on sharing tools and introducing strategies to help individuals and groups sharpen their business and personal skills. Charlene is joined by M.K. Durand Farley. Farley is a Certified Professional Life & Career Coach, Author, and internationally renowned Motivational Speaker. He has presented programs throughout the U.S., and in Germany, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Canada, Belize, the Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, Bermuda and England. Farley is also an award-winning songwriter, producer, and recording artist. www.exponentiallifecoaching.com. The Summit with Charlene Bowden can be heard on Thursdays, at 8:30 pm, immediately following the It's Just Us Radio Show, oncaribvoiceradio.org.
M.K. Durand Farley
Join us for a new installment of Elevate Entrepreneurs Radio show wih Host Aubry Padmore and Danielle Norris aka "Danie the Intern" with special guest Yvette Maynard at 8pm, EST
NEW YORK: Tuesday, June 30th, Council Member Jumaane D. Williams (D-Brooklyn), Deputy Leader and Chair of the Council's Housing and Buildings Committee, will co-host the Council's 2015 Caribbean Heritage Celebration in the Chambers of City Hall to close out June's Caribbean Heritage Month with the Council'sSpeaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Council Member Mathieu Eugene, and the Black Latino and Asian Caucus Co-Chairs Andy King and Rosie Mendez. The event, is open to the public and will honor representatives from various Caribbean Islands, including:
Yvonne Stennett (Jamaica), Executive Director of the Community League of West 159th Street
Caribbean music, food and entertainment will be provided. Members of the public interested in attending the event must RSVP by Monday, June 29th by emailing email@example.com or calling 212-788-5613.
WHO: Council Member Jumaane D. Williams; Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito; Council Members Mathieu Eugene, Andy King and Rosie Mendez; members of the Council's Black Latino and Asian Caucus; additional city, state and federal elected officials; Dr. Una Clarke, Hon. Sylvia G. Ash; Raymond Luke, Chairman Of Sesame Flyers International; Neva Shillingford-King, Executive Vice President of 1199 SEIU; Yvonne Stennett, Executive Director of the Community League of West 159th Street
WHAT: Williams to Co-Host Council's Caribbean Heritage Celebration
National Caribbean-American Heritage Month Marks Tenth Anniversary in 2015
In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States. On February 14, 2006, the resolution similarly passed the Senate, culminating a two-year, bipartisan and bicameral effort.
Since the declaration, the White House has issued an annual proclamation recognizing June as Caribbean-American Heritage Month. This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month.
The campaign to designate June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month, was spearheaded by Dr. Claire Nelson, Founder and President of the Institute of Caribbean Studies. Through the commemoration of this month, we hope to ensure that America is reminded that its greatness lies in its diversity, with Caribbean immigrants from founding father Alexander Hamilton, to journalist Malcolm Gladwell, who have shaped the American dream.
Celebrate June as Caribbean American Heritage Month
Presidential Proclamation -
National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, 2015
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BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
For centuries, Americans have been united with our Caribbean neighbors not just by friendship and economic cooperation, but also by our common values and ties of kin. From a region of extraordinary beauty, generations of immigrants have brought their enormous spirit, unique talents, and vibrant culture to the United States. Their contributions have enriched our Nation and strengthened the deep bonds between our peoples. This month, we celebrate the Caribbean Americans whose legacies are woven into the fabric of our Nation, and we reaffirm our belief that throughout the region, we all share a stake in one another's success (>>> read more)
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MAY 17, 2015
Ronald A. Gregg, President
Michele D. McKinney-Sledge, Vice President
Announcing the Launch of The Richmond County Black and Minority Chamber of Commerce (BMC)
STATEN ISLAND, New York. The Staten Island business community has a new supportive entity through the newly formed historic Richmond County Black and Minority Chamber of Commerce (“BMC”). At its initial organizational meeting, held on May 16th 2015, the founding members elected the Interim Board of Directors:
Ronald A. Gregg, President
Michele D. McKinney-Sledge, Vice President
Karen Alexander-Taylor, Corresponding Secretary
Oumie Peters, Recording Secretary
Dora Berksteiner, Treasurer
The Richmond County Black and Minority Chamber of Commerce (“BMC”) is an independent affiliate of The National Black Chamber of Commerce  and is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining black and minority businesses through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the United States and via interaction with the Black Diaspora. >>>read more
Dubwise Val, Tuesday "On the other side" Tuesdays 7pm - 11pm and Saturday 6pm - 11pm, Reggae Pavillion LIVE
This program is designed for Entrepreneurs in the profit and not-for-profit area of business and community. We also include start up owners and idea persons who want to turn their ideas into concept development and execution.>>> register here
Yvette Maynard talks to Dalita Bullock at Cobb Community Garden, Georgia
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