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The Most Promising Startups In The Caribbean

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: The startup scene in the Caribbean is becoming more vibrant as businesspeople use their skills and extra sources of financing to launch new ventures. In recent years, the region as a whole has embraced new technologies on an unprecedented scale which has given a sizeable boost ...

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Petition Launched Against Facebook’s Chief Global Diversity Officer

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: A petition has been launched on Change.org against Facebook’s Chief Global Diversity Officer, Maxine Williams “for bias tampering.” The petition started by Trinidad-based blogger Marcia Braveboy, claims Williams, who was born in Trinidad and Tobago, is “hell-bent on influencing the outcome of elections” there. The last ...

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Caribbean Travel News

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: Here are the top stories making Caribbean travel news for July 3, 2020: Nearly 1,100 new coronavirus cases and 14 new deaths were reported in the Caribbean region Thursday among less than a dozen countries as the region begins reopening to international travelers. The Dominican Republic reopened ...

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Marijuana News Today

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, FRI. July 3, 2020: Here are the marijuana headlines making news globally and in the Caribbean and Latin America for today, Friday July 3, 2020: A beautiful mural honoring George Floyd has been painted in Hyde Square, Massachusetts and funded by marijuana dispensary Core Cannabis, which will be co-locating a Social ...

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Caribbean Business And Finance Report

Caribbean News, Latin America News: Compiled By NAN Business Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: Here are some of the top business and finance news making headlines across the Caribbean this week. Regional The Caribbean must rethink its future. That’s the words from Carlos Felipe Jaramillo, Vice President of the World Bank for Latin America and ...

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Trump’s America –Episode # 177 – Bananas 4 July 4

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Arthur Piccolo News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: “Over the past four decades, American workers have suffered a devastating loss of economic power, manifest in their wages, benefits and working conditions. The annual economic output of the United States has almost tripled, but, with the help of policymakers from both political ...

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A Caribbean Born Olympian Moves On To Next Round On America’s Got Talent

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: A Caribbean-born Olympian has made it onto the stage of America’s Got Talent, Season 15 and is moving on to the next round of the competition. Two-time Jamaican Olympian and singer, Shevon Stoddart got a standing ovation and thumbs up from judges ...

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Here’s How The West Indies Cricket Team Will Honor The #BLM Movement

Caribbean News, Latin America News: News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: As the West Indies cricket team counts down to its first matches in the COVID-19 era, the  Board this week revealed exactly how the team will be honoring the  #BLM, (Black Lives Matter) movement. The West Indies Cricket Board says Windies players will wear the Black ...

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This Reggae Group Will Include First Album In A Decade

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By NAN ET Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 3, 2020: A legendary reggae group is set to release their first album in a decade this August. Jamaican group Toots & The Maytals are counting down to their ‘Got To Be Tough’ album, which will be available worldwide from August 28th. Other tracks ...

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When Immigrants Too Hold Anti-Black Sentiments

Caribbean News, Latin America News: By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, Fri. July 3, 2020: The Black Lives Matter Movement is causing everyone, especially in corporations, organizations, and universities, to suddenly wake up and take stock of the “unconscious bias” within. It’s now the new buzzword, which translates to: “learned stereotypes that are automatic, unintentional, deeply ingrained, ...

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