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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Descendants of black Americans, Afro-Caribbeans -- primarily Haitians, Jamaicans, Trinidadians and Tobagonians -- and black Latinos were more economically similar than Latinos of various ancestry who identified as white, the researchers found.
"It is about teaching children the part played by Afro-Caribbeans in the war."
"As an Afro Caribbean councillor I get lots of people coming to me, not just Afro-Caribbeans but Bangladeshis and others, people who have got an idea but don't know how to access support mechanisms or lenders - it's like another world," she said.
Many of the individuals with membership in the profession class came with a vision to establish their own practices and to serve other Afro-Caribbeans in and around New York City (The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 1996-7).
As Chamberlain herself concludes about the Indo-Caribbeans, "[a]s with Afro-Caribbeans, versatility and adaptation appears to be the name of the game." (p.
The meeting will bring together disaffected Asian and Afro-Caribbeans in Handsworth and Lozells.
Likewise Africans look down on Afro-Caribbeans because they have no culture.
A tv company is conducting a nationwide search for any Welsh people whose ancestors were among the first Africans and Afro-Caribbeans to arrive in Wales in the 17th and 18th centuries.
During the 1950s many Afro-Caribbeans came to Britain in search of a better standard of living.
Participants must be male, Afro-Caribbeans, with dreadlocks, slim and 5ft 10in to 6ft tall.
It's hard enough for Afro-Caribbeans to break into the media in front of camera, but harder still to get into the production side.