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Coke In Jamaican Fried Fish Bust In Miami

Share Tweet Cocaine was found in fried fish from Jamaica at the Miami Airport. (US Customs image0 News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Tues. June 16, 2015: A 38-year-old woman arriving on a flight from Jamaica over the weekend packed a bit more than fried fish, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents in Miami say. Officers at the Miami International Airport ...

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Coke In Jamaican Fried Fish Bust In Miami

Share Tweet Cocaine was found in fried fish from Jamaica at the Miami Airport. (US Customs image0 News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Tues. June 16, 2015: A 38-year-old woman arriving on a flight from Jamaica over the weekend packed a bit more than fried fish, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents in Miami say. Officers at the Miami International Airport ...

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Coke In Jamaican Fried Fish Bust In Miami

Share Tweet Cocaine was found in fried fish from Jamaica at the Miami Airport. (US Customs image0 News Americas, MIAMI, FL, Tues. June 16, 2015: A 38-year-old woman arriving on a flight from Jamaica over the weekend packed a bit more than fried fish, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents in Miami say. Officers at the Miami International Airport ...

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Thousands Of Guyanese Converge On Brooklyn

Share Tweet Guyana’s Brooklyn Unity Rally on Sunday, June 14, 2015. (Facebook image/Rickford Burke)   Thousands marched down Church Avenue in Brooklyn at a Unity Rally on Sunday, June 14, 2015. (Facebook image/Rickford Burke) Menes De Griot aka the Shanto Man and his band of drummers performing at the Unity Rally on June 14, 2015. (Menes De Griot image) Guyana ...

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Thousands Of Guyanese Converge On Brooklyn

Share Tweet Guyana’s Brooklyn Unity Rally on Sunday, June 14, 2015. (Facebook image/Rickford Burke)   Thousands marched down Church Avenue in Brooklyn at a Unity Rally on Sunday, June 14, 2015. (Facebook image/Rickford Burke) Menes De Griot aka the Shanto Man and his band of drummers performing at the Unity Rally on June 14, 2015. (Menes De Griot image) Guyana ...

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Guyanese New Yorkers To Host Brooklyn Unity Parade

Share Tweet Guyanese in Guyana celebrating the election of a new coalition government in May. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Sun. June 14, 2015: A grand Guyanese-American unity parade and rally in honor of Guyana’s 49th independence anniversary and election of a unity government is set for Brooklyn today. The event is slated to kick-off at 11 am at Bedford ...

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Guyanese New Yorkers To Host Brooklyn Unity Parade

Share Tweet Guyanese in Guyana celebrating the election of a new coalition government in May. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Sun. June 14, 2015: A grand Guyanese-American unity parade and rally in honor of Guyana’s 49th independence anniversary and election of a unity government is set for Brooklyn today. The event is slated to kick-off at 11 am at Bedford ...

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Guyanese New Yorkers To Host Brooklyn Unity Parade

Share Tweet Guyanese in Guyana celebrating the election of a new coalition government in May. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Sun. June 14, 2015: A grand Guyanese-American unity parade and rally in honor of Guyana’s 49th independence anniversary and election of a unity government is set for Brooklyn today. The event is slated to kick-off at 11 am at Bedford ...

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10 Forgotten Caribbeans In U.S. History

Share Tweet   Comedian Bert Williams was born in the Bahamas. By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 12, 2015: Distinguished Caribbean migrants populate the annals of nineteenth-century America. A significant number were skilled craftsmen, entertainers, scholars, teachers, preachers, and doctors and many made significant contribution to the United States but today remain largely forgotten. In ...

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10 Forgotten Caribbeans In U.S. History

Share Tweet   Comedian Bert Williams was born in the Bahamas. By Felicia J. Persaud News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 12, 2015: Distinguished Caribbean migrants populate the annals of nineteenth-century America. A significant number were skilled craftsmen, entertainers, scholars, teachers, preachers, and doctors and many made significant contribution to the United States but today remain largely forgotten. In ...

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