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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Out of the hundreds of African Caribbean carers in the city, only about 40 are in touch with Coventry Carers Centre, which is in the City Arcade.
The African Caribbean Community Steering Group was set up last year to give a voice to the near-10,000 African Caribbeans living in the Coventry area.
Secondly, we notice the African Caribbean community tends to apply for professional courses.
The Jamaican High Commissioner will be attending the event in the Spa Centre, along with professionals with a working knowledge of the African Caribbean community.
The grant is the latest good news for the African Caribbean Comm-unity Steering Group, launched in February to give a voice to the Coventry community, which numbers more than 5,000.
The ACBF was founded in conjunction with Black Country Chamber to encourage, enable and celebrate African Caribbean business success
Members of the group took part in training sessions as part of an all-age project run by Abacus, a Huddersfield charity which aims to improve people's knowledge of the African Caribbean culture.
The delegates also visited the African Caribbean Project in Bath Place, which aims to raise awareness of African Caribbean culture.
African Caribbean men are three times more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than white men.
An innovative and dynamic training company has been named this year's Black Country African Caribbean business of the year.
Abacus work closely with schools to help children discover more about African Caribbean culture and traditions.
The event - Unlock the Potential Within - has been organised by Empower Forum to celebrate the achievements of African Caribbean youngsters and share "survival tips" used at school and home.

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