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As a Caribbean born Junior have always enjoyed writing from an early age. It began by writing poetry and short stories.

With a mission of helping to motivate and empower the Caribbean people, community and countries he came up with the idea of the Caribbean people empowering its own people starting from locally to the diaspora. By doing it would begin on a range of topics such as Technology, and Health and Wellness etc. and becoming teachers, learners, and doers. Thus,
Empowering Us Caribbean was developed.

The concept was to generate an online community where people on a wide spectrum may contributing to the development and growth of the Caribbean.
Junior Griffiths
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One blood, distributed throughout the world. From Kings and Queens to slavery… We are one, emerging from the bondage, following the drinking gourd. The product of our ancestor, blood, sweat, tears, we feel the pain of lynching, strangulations, spit, kicks, fire burning,guns popping, knives swinging, getting hanged, getting killed…...

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Should Caribbeans Celebrate Kwanzaa?

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As a Caribbean born Junior have always enjoyed writing from an early age. It began by writing poetry and short stories.

With a mission of helping to motivate and empower the Caribbean people, community and countries he came up with the idea of the Caribbean people empowering its own people starting from locally to the diaspora. By doing it would begin on a range of topics such as Technology, and Health and Wellness etc. and becoming teachers, learners, and doers. Thus,
Empowering Us Caribbean was developed.

The concept was to generate an online community where people on a wide spectrum may contributing to the development and growth of the Caribbean.
Junior Griffiths
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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...

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Sir Grantley Herbert Adams

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As a Caribbean born Junior have always enjoyed writing from an early age. It began by writing poetry and short stories.

With a mission of helping to motivate and empower the Caribbean people, community and countries he came up with the idea of the Caribbean people empowering its own people starting from locally to the diaspora. By doing it would begin on a range of topics such as Technology, and Health and Wellness etc. and becoming teachers, learners, and doers. Thus,
Empowering Us Caribbean was developed.

The concept was to generate an online community where people on a wide spectrum may contributing to the development and growth of the Caribbean.
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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...

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Joseph Chatoyer

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As a Caribbean born Junior have always enjoyed writing from an early age. It began by writing poetry and short stories.

With a mission of helping to motivate and empower the Caribbean people, community and countries he came up with the idea of the Caribbean people empowering its own people starting from locally to the diaspora. By doing it would begin on a range of topics such as Technology, and Health and Wellness etc. and becoming teachers, learners, and doers. Thus,
Empowering Us Caribbean was developed.

The concept was to generate an online community where people on a wide spectrum may contributing to the development and growth of the Caribbean.
Junior Griffiths
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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,...

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