Afro-Caribbean


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Af·ro-Car·ib·be·an

(ăf′rō-kăr′ə-bē′ən, -kə-rĭb′ē-ən)
adj.
1. Combining African and other, generally European cultural elements as found in the Caribbean region: Afro-Caribbean music; Afro-Caribbean religions.
2. Of or relating to Afro-Caribbeans or their history or culture.
n.
A native or inhabitant of the Caribbean region who is of African ancestry.

Afro-Caribbean

adj
(Peoples) denoting or relating to Caribbean people of African descent or their culture
n
(Peoples) a Caribbean of African descent
Translations

Afro-Caribbean

[ˌæfrəʊkærɪˈbiːən]
A. ADJafrocaribeño
B. Nafrocaribeño/a m/f
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A community came together to celebrate Afro-Caribbean culture in the heart of a busy town centre.
He affirmed that Afro-Caribbean people did not arrive in Costa Rica as slaves.
Josiah's haircut hide traction according to Until his hair grew back to a satisfactory length, the five-year-old lost his playtimes but Danica has hit out at the "harsh" treatment of her son,claiming that the policy was "culturally biased" and "dictating a hair style that's not suitable" for her son's Afro-Caribbean locks - an accusation the school denies.
Thousands responded to the call to find a donor for Delroy, but due to the low number of Afro-Caribbean people on the register the cells had to be taken from his own body.
A QUARTER of the 7,700 children and youths held by the police in the West Midlands this year were from the Afro-Caribbean community.
Boutros analyzes artistic self-representation in the writing of three writers who have contributed to the project of a national Afro-Caribbean literature in very different ways.
Chapter 10 summarizes the most important findings and underscores that creole genesis should be located in the emergence of the Danish colony's Afro-Caribbean community.
Afro-Caribbean Party lives up to its title as a lively musical celebration for all ages.
Intersecting race with ethnicity, as I do mostly in this paper, is an attempt, first, to discern the saliency of race and ethnicity to the social identities of early first-generation Afro-Caribbean immigrants and African Americans, and second, to demonstrate the transitive nature of their social identification.
Rejecting the view that Negerhollands was a lingua franca of a colonial population that included free and bound, privileged and oppressed, Sabino (English, Auburn U., Alabama) argues that it was the language of the Danish colony's Afro-Caribbean community.
The boy was walking along the footpath with his scooter towards his mother when he was approached from behind by an Afro-Caribbean teenager carrying a BB airgun.