Dr. Camille Wardrop Alleyn

Dr. Camille Wardrop Alleyne currently serves as an assistant program scientist for the International Space Station, based at NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas. Her roles as assistant program scientist include communicating the ISS’s scientific accomplishments with the general public, the leaders at NASA, the U.S. Congress, and scientific and educational communities.Continue reading

Awareness of Breast Cancer in the Caribbean.

What is Breast Cancer? Cells in the body grows and multiply abnormally is the start of breast cancer. When the cells that normally control cell growth does not work properly anymore this cause the development of breast cancer also. As a result of this the cells grow uncontrollably and may result in the formation ofContinue reading

George Alcorn

Growing up Born March 22, 1940 George Edward Alcorn Jr. was born to George Alcorn Sr., and Arletta Dixon Alcorn. He was an excellent student with the support of his mother and father who instilled in him and his young brother Charles the importance of education. Education While in high school George excelled in his academicContinue reading

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Empowering Us Caribbean Podcast E4

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1st Disaster Healthcare Conference in St. Maarten

Should Caribbeans Celebrate Kwanzaa?

What is Kwanzaa? In 1966 after the Watts riots in Los Angeles, California Dr. Maulana Karenga, professor and chairman of Black Studies at California State University decided to come up with a solution to bring African Americans together within the community. Dr. Karenga researched intensely on African Harvest and combined aspects of several different harvestContinue reading


Emancipation Proclamation Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln issued the preliminary n on September 22nd, 1862. It stipulated that if the Southern states did not cease their rebellion by January 1st, 1863, then Proclamation would go into effect. When the Confederacy did not yield, Lincoln issued the final Emancipation Proclamation on January 1st, 1863. Five months afterContinue reading

Mothers Day

You deserve everything full of goodness, blessing, prosperity and all above. A world wouldn’t be without you. Nurturing with the love and kindness for a new born child can only be bonded with a mother’s touch, a mothers love, a mothers existence, and the simplest twinkle of joy in that ever seeing galaxy eyes. HerContinue reading

Sir Grantley Herbert Adams

Born on April 28, 1898 at Colliston, Government Hill, St. Michael to Fitzherbert Adams and Rosa Frances Turney. Sir Grantley Herbert Adams was a Barbadian and British West Indian statesman and the founder of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) and the First Premier of Barbados. Educated in Barbados at Harrison College, in 1918 after winningContinue reading

Joseph Chatoyer

Carib Indians in the Island of Hairouna as the original Caribs called it or present day St. Vincent; these Carib Indians prevented the European settlements on the Island until the 18th century. Enslaved Africans no matter if they were shipwrecked on shore, or escaped from nearby islands of Barbados, Grenada, St. Lucia and seeking refugeContinue reading

Ernesto “Che” Guevara

Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, otherwise known as “Che” was born in June 14, 1928 in Rosario, Argentina into a middle class family.

Paul Bogle

Paul Bogle was born in Jamaica in 1822 in St. Thomas.
He grew up in the village of Stony Gut in St. Thomas which was made up of farmers.

Fathers Day

What does it mean to be a father? A father is a male partner of a child. In that sense he is the child’s progenitor. They share the same DNA. Fathers who are active in the child’s life will play a role on how the child grows up. To have an impact on the child’sContinue reading