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Its Not About Immigration But The Color Of Immigrants

By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Fri. Aug. 17, 2018: Fellow Leo, Chris Cuomo, spent two nights last week during his ‘Closing Argument’ segment on ‘Cuomo Prime Time,’ speaking to the strength of immigration and diversity in America and sharing his own family’s immigrant story. He, like many, also highlighted the hypocrisy of Donald Trump’s call to end ...

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CDC Issues New Zika Warning On Several Caribbean Countries

By NAN Contributor News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Aug. 16, 2018:The U.S. Centers for Disease Control, (CDC), has updated its travel warnings on 22 Caribbean nations News Americas has found, stating that the zika virus has been reported in these nations again this summer. The travel notices were updated on August 7th, with the CDC listing the countries alert status ...

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Caribbean American Makes Stellar Debut For Braves

By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, ATLANTA, GA, Weds. Aug. 15, 2018: A Caribbean-American born baseball player left tongues wagging Monday night as he made his debut for the Atlanta Braves in stellar fashion. Pembroke Pines, FL-born, Haitian-American, Touki Toussaint, debut in Major League Baseball, became a reality Monday afternoon, with his mother and family on hand to see it. ...

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Caribbean Born Republican Candidate And Trump Supporter Comments Deemed “Racist”

By NAN Contributor News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Tues. Aug. 14, 2018: A Caribbean-born Donald Trump supporter and Republican candidate for Florida’s House District 23, has gotten in hot water with her own party which has now dubbed her a “racist.” Jamaican immigrant Carla Spalding was trying hard to convince GOP voters at an Americans For Trump-Broward event why they should ...

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Free Accessing Capital Workshop For Fort Lauderdale

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Mon. Aug. 13, 2018: Business and project developers seeking to raise capital are being offered a free opportunity to learn how to access finance by the Broward County Library in Fort Lauderdale this fall. “Accessing Capital – from Start-Up To Major Funding,” is the theme of the workshop being presented by Felicia J. Persaud, CEO of ...

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Bombardier Continues African Market Penetration with Pre-Owned Q400

News Americas, MONTREAL, Canada, Aug. 13, 2018: Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that the company successfully placed three pre-owned Q400 turboprops with PassionAir from the Republic of Ghana. The airline acquired the aircraft through a dry-lease with a third party. “Bombardier has sold about 3,500 new regional aircraft to date, and we continue to be very active on the used ...

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How Some Of The World’s Top Writers Are Reacting To The Death Of V.S. Naipaul

By NAN Contributor News Americas, LONDON, England, Mon. Aug. 13, 2018: V.S. Naipaul, (Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul), will always be remembered for “The House of Mr. Biswas” by many Caribbean students of literature who may have first encountered the book as a mandatory choice on their school’s literary list of must-reads. But it is perhaps the Nobel laureate’s criticism of ...

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UWI Bestows Honorary Doctorate On Award-Winning Jamaican Jazz Maestro Monty Alexander

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 10, 2018: Over five decades of performances and more than 70 CDs later, award-winning Jamaican-born jazz maestro, Monty Alexander, is being bestowed with a honorary doctorate degree from the University of West Indies, (UWI). Alexander, born Montgomery Bernard Alexander on D-Day in Kingston, Jamaica, will be presented with an Honorary Doctor of Letters ...

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UWI Bestows Honorary Doctorate On Award-Winning Jamaican Jazz Maestro Monty Alexander

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 10, 2018: Over five decades of performances and more than 70 CDs later, award-winning Jamaican-born jazz maestro, Monty Alexander, is being bestowed with a honorary doctorate degree from the University of West Indies, (UWI). Alexander, born Montgomery Bernard Alexander on D-Day in Kingston, Jamaica, will be presented with an Honorary Doctor of Letters ...

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Guess How Many Caribbean Nationals Overstayed Their Visas In Just One Year? – A NAN First 

By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 10, 2018: Some 45,303 Caribbean nations entered the U.S. on a business or visitor’s B1/B2 visa in fiscal year 2017 but never left, a News Americas analysis has found. The NAN analysis of latest Department of Homeland Security data for last Fiscal Year, shows the majority of Caribbean overstays ...

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