Caribbean Solidarity & Civil Rights

In this episode, Alexandria Miller, a PHD Student at Brown University joins me to discuss the legacy of Caribbean Americans in Civil Rights and the importance of continuing our participation for equal rights.

Whether you protest, conduct voter drive, encourage friends, family and neighbors to complete the menus or serve in office – we experience blackness in America together and we must do our part. In the words of Black Uhuru’s “Solidarity!” 

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  1. Complete the Census –
  2. Register to Vote –

Other References

  1. The Census – All the facts and why it is important (Episode 116)
  2. The key to making impact in our community with Marlon Hill (Episode 110)
  3. Caribbean Americans & the American political process with Joanne Antoine (Episode 80)

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Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown is Founder & host of Carry On Friends one of the first podcasts dedicated to the Caribbean American Experience. She is leading the way for Caribbean Podcast as the founder of Breadfruit Media, the first Caribbean podcast production company; and founder of the Caribbean Podcast Directory a place to discover podcasts by people of Caribbean Heritage.