Carib ID, the group founded in 2008 to lobby for a way for Caribbean nationals to count on US Census forms, has joined advocacy organizations nationally, in welcoming a last minute ruling from a federal court judge that the 2020 Census be extended for another month.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, (TTFA), has been suspended indefinitely by FIFA, after its failure to comply with a request to withdraw a legal case brought against the global football body.
Guess which countries got the CDC green light for travel?, Canada issues travel advisory on two Caribbean countries, golfing in the DR; Lenny Kracvitz Bahamas beauty bar and more top stories making Caribbean travel news for Sept. 25, 2020.
More options for marijuana funding; stocks to wathc this week and more marijuana headlines making news globally and in the Caribbean and Latin America this week.
The Caribbean island of Jamaica has continued a steady daily uptick in new COVID-19 cases, adding another 193 Thursday.
Invest Caribbean, the global private sector investment agency of the Caribbean, has announced a partnership with CanEx Capital Connection to boost financing for entrepreneurs and companies operating in the cannabis and hemp industry.
Caribbean roots tennis star, Naomi Osaka, not only won the US Open again. Now she is listed as Time Magazine’s ‘100 Most Influential People” – again.
Environmental prosecutor Karina Garay is fghting illegal gold mining along the Madre de Dios river in Peru.
The dreaded COVID-19 virus has claimed another life in the reggae industry.
The official count of every living person in the United States that will determine the next ten years of our lives, ends on September 30th. Sadly, with just days to go, there are still many immigrants who refuse to take the census.