Sean Paul Advocates for Jamaican Independence and Criticizes UK Visa Restrictions

Sean Paul Advocates for Jamaican Independence and Criticizes UK Visa Restrictions

In a recent interview with The Independent, Dancehall star Sean Paul has expressed strong support for Jamaica's efforts to become a republic and frustration over...

Afro Latina Represents Caribbean Culture in Theater

As an undergraduate student at Northern Kentucky University, Gabriela Castillo had never considered a career in acting. That all changed when a college friend asked...

Haiti Earthquake 14th Anniversary: Food For The Poor Remains Committed to Haiti and Its Citizens

COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (Jan. 11, 2024) – As Food For The Poor (FFTP) commemorates the 14th anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake that struck Haiti, the charity...

Lulac Cancels Meeting With Nebraska Chambers of Commerce Leaders After They Fail to Respond...

Nation's Oldest and Largest Latino Civil Rights Organization Calls Invitation from State Business Groups Insincere After They Excluded Hispanic Leaders from Immigrant Labor Conversations

Uncovering the Ills of Cuban Slavery and Travails of the Enslaved in Cristiano Berti’s...

Cristiano Berti’s new book, Boggiano Heirs, tells the stories of the Boggianos, a group of enslaved people owned by Antonio Boggiano, a wealthy Italian merchant...

National Hispanic Heritage Month: FFTP, Caritas del Peru Empower Peruvian Farmers to Thrive

COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (Sept. 22, 2023) – Food For The Poor (FFTP) is partnering with Caritas del Peru to help 152 rural farmers increase their revenues from...
FFTP President/CEO Ed Raine Joins D.C. Roundtable on Crisis in Haiti

FFTP President/CEO Ed Raine Joins D.C. Roundtable on Crisis in Haiti

COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (Sept. 20, 2023) – As attention around the violence in Haiti escalates, Food For The Poor FFTP President/CEO Ed Raine was invited to attend...

International Youth Day: Church Youth Group Personifies the Purpose of Giving With Donations to...

COCONUT CREEK, Fla. (Aug. 11, 2023) – Ask 10-year-old Henry Guertin what he wants to be when he grows up and he doesn’t hesitate. “I want...

Caribbean Woman Entrepreneur Kim David from FreeBird Society is Doing Business Her Own Way

In the bustling streets of New York, where cultures intertwine and dreams are born, Kim David's tale is one of resilience, pride and entrepreneurial spirit....

The History of 4/20 and Marijuana’s Influence on Jamaican Culture

The formation of “4/20” as a US holiday and of marijuana’s movement in Jamaica have equally interesting origins. A lot of it has been fraught...

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