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Caribbean Born Immigrant Makes History As First Black English Bishop

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 22, 2019: The first black woman to become a Church of England bishop is a Caribbean-born immigrant. Jamaican-born Rev Dr. Rose Hudson-Wilkin was consecrated as the Bishop of Dover during a ceremony in London at St Paul’s Cathedral on Nov. 19th. She will now be installed at Canterbury Cathedral on November 30th. “I’m ...

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The Trump Of Latin America Now Adopts His Idol’s Slogan

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 22, 2019: Jair Bolsanaro has been called the Trump of Latin America for his far-right ideology and his brash comments, much like the US’ Donald Trump. But now the Brazilian President is adopting Trump’s ‘Make America Great Slogan’ with a ‘Make Brazil Great Again,’ slogan. Bolsonaro on Wednesday held up a t-shirt that ...

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Bolivia Death Toll Now Put At Almost Three Dozen

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Nov. 21, 2019: The death toll in Bolivia has now climbed to almost three dozen according to reports from the Latin American nation. The number of people killed in clashes with Bolivian security forces at a fuel plant near La Paz has risen to eight, an official said Wednesday, a day after the violent ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Dominican Republic

Happy Thursday from the Dominican Republic, home to two 2020 Grammy nominees. Find out who they are in our Breaking News story. The post Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Dominican Republic appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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15 Caribbean Roots Singers Among 2020 Grammy Nominees

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. Nov. 21, 2019: Some 15 Caribbean-born and Caribbean roots singers were among the 2020 Grammy nominees announced Wednesday. Cuban-born singer, Camila Cabello, was nominated along with Shawn Menes for “Senorita” in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category while Puerto Rico-born David Sánchez’s ‘CARIB’ was named in the Best Latin Jazz category. Canadian singer Daniel ...

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A Caribbean Immigrant Wins Canada’s Top Literary Prize

News Americas, TORONTO, CANADA, WEDS. Nov. 20, 2019: A Caribbean-born immigrant and first-time novelist is the 2019 winner of Canada’s top literary honor, the Scotiabank Giller Prize. Trinidad national Ian Williams took home the top honor for his first novel ‘Reproduction,’ published by Random House Canada. The win also earned him $100,000, courtesy of Scotiabank. The novel tells the story ...

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A Caribbean Immigrant Wins Canada’s Top Literary Prize

News Americas, TORONTO, CANADA, WEDS. Nov. 20, 2019: A Caribbean-born immigrant and first-time novelist is the 2019 winner of Canada’s top literary honor, the Scotiabank Giller Prize. Trinidad national Ian Williams took home the top honor for his first novel ‘Reproduction,’ published by Random House Canada. The win also earned him $100,000, courtesy of Scotiabank. The novel tells the story ...

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Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Curacao

Happy Hump Day from Curacao, where the Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Service Provider (DC-ANSP) this week announced it has deployed Aireon’s space-based ADS-B surveillance service in the Curaçao Flight Information Region (FIR).  The post Caribbean Travel Photo Of The Day – Curacao appeared first on Caribbean and Latin America Daily News.

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Latin America Is Turning Into A Hothouse Of Protest

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Nov. 20, 2019: It’s been a “hot” fall in Latin America that is now spilling into the winter with no real end in sight. People power is trumping elected power and holding governments and leaders feet to the fire. From Chile to Bolivia, Brazil and Nicaragua, protests have been ramping up for weeks on ...

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Latin America Is Turning Into A Hothouse Of Protest

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. Nov. 20, 2019: It’s been a “hot” fall in Latin America that is now spilling into the winter with no real end in sight. People power is trumping elected power and holding governments and leaders feet to the fire. From Chile to Bolivia, Brazil and Nicaragua, protests have been ramping up for weeks on ...

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