Afro-Caribbean

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Afro-Caribbean

a person of African descent who has migrated from, or is living in, the Caribbean. In the context of the UK, the term is used to describe people who were part of the post-World War II labour migration of inhabitants of the Caribbean Islands, and their descendants in Britain.
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At the same time, SEC Head of Research and Development Meshack Kunene stated that it was close to impossible to obtain faineances from organisations like the African Caribbean Pacific.
A study carried out by the College reported that more than a third (36%) of people of African Caribbean descent living in the UK were unaware that they were at a higher risk of developing glaucoma.
The study reveals that by age 80, twice as many British South Asian, African and African Caribbean men and women had developed diabetes compared with Europeans of the same age.
We are delighted Birmingham has such a rich African Caribbean community which has made a significant contribution to the city's civic, cultural, economic and sporting life.
Nine findings emerged from the data and provided insight on how African Caribbean students persist at predominantly White institutions of higher education and on administrators' perspectives.
A list of 100 of the most influential black people in the UK explodes the myth that African Caribbeans are not achieving success, senior figures said.
The football star visited Merseyside's African Caribbean Centre in Liverpool to launch the new leaflet.
However, the other reason for the book is to encourage chefs in care homes and sheltered housing to cook African Caribbean food to meet not only the needs of the increasing number of African Caribbean old folk in homes, but everybody who now likes to try new food sensations.
The Haitian nationality of the novel's African Caribbean protagonist is thus especially important.
In northern England, the West Yorkshire African Caribbean Council of Churches (WYACC) was formed almost six years ago.
Knome's informatics and software tools to be used to interpret whole genomes of African American and African Caribbean asthma patients
T (Huddersfield African Caribbean Cultural Trust), Suga Brown, Jamrock Productions (Angela Smith) and Reach Performing Arts Academy.

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