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Canadian-Born, Punjabi Roots YouTuber Gets Slammed For Dancehall Remake

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Weds. April 29, 2020: A Canadian-born, Punjab-roots YouTuber, comedian, writer and actress, who initially gained fame on social media under the pseudonym Superwoman, has been slammed on Twitter by many Caribbean nationals for cultural appropriation. Lily Singh, who was born to Punjabi parents and raised in Scarborough, Ontario, was severely trolled Tuesday after posting a ...

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Census Response Rates Show NYC Caribbean Populated Counties Lagging Way Behind

By NAN Staff Writer NEW YORK, NY, Tues. April 28, 2020: As the covid-19 pandemic continues its assault on New York City, particularly in black and brown communities, another one of the victims of the virus may also be the 2020 US Census, as latest data shows the response rate in counties where Caribbean immigrants live, lagging way behind. With ...

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Census Response Rates Show NYC Caribbean Populated Counties Lagging Way Behind

By NAN Staff Writer NEW YORK, NY, Tues. April 28, 2020: As the covid-19 pandemic continues its assault on New York City, particularly in black and brown communities, another one of the victims of the virus may also be the 2020 US Census, as latest data shows the response rate in counties where Caribbean immigrants live, lagging way behind. With ...

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Census Response Rates Show NYC Caribbean Populated Counties Lagging Way Behind

By NAN Staff Writer NEW YORK, NY, Tues. April 28, 2020: As the covid-19 pandemic continues its assault on New York City, particularly in black and brown communities, another one of the victims of the virus may also be the 2020 US Census, as latest data shows the response rate in counties where Caribbean immigrants live, lagging way behind. With ...

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Domestic Abuse Rises Amid Lockdown In Latin America

By Lucila Sigal, Natalia A. Ramos Miranda, Ana Isabel Martinez and Monica Machicao BUENOS AIRES/SANTIAGO/MEXICO CITY/LA PAZ, Tues. April 28, 2020, (Reuters) – Lockdowns around Latin America are helping slow the spread of COVID-19, but are having a darker and less-intended consequence: a spike in calls to helplines suggests a rise in domestic abuse, in a region where almost 20 ...

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Domestic Abuse Rises Amid Lockdown In Latin America

By Lucila Sigal, Natalia A. Ramos Miranda, Ana Isabel Martinez and Monica Machicao BUENOS AIRES/SANTIAGO/MEXICO CITY/LA PAZ, Tues. April 28, 2020, (Reuters) – Lockdowns around Latin America are helping slow the spread of COVID-19, but are having a darker and less-intended consequence: a spike in calls to helplines suggests a rise in domestic abuse, in a region where almost 20 ...

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Domestic Abuse Rises Amid Lockdown In Latin America

By Lucila Sigal, Natalia A. Ramos Miranda, Ana Isabel Martinez and Monica Machicao BUENOS AIRES/SANTIAGO/MEXICO CITY/LA PAZ, Tues. April 28, 2020, (Reuters) – Lockdowns around Latin America are helping slow the spread of COVID-19, but are having a darker and less-intended consequence: a spike in calls to helplines suggests a rise in domestic abuse, in a region where almost 20 ...

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Balanced Tourism Recovery A Key To Future Caribbean Growth

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. April 28, 2020: The challenge that is now facing almost every Caribbean nation is how best to recover the tourism economy, without which, future economic growth and sustainable tax revenues will be all but impossible. The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered the industry, made hundreds of thousands of workers unemployed, pushed many hotels, ...

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Balanced Tourism Recovery A Key To Future Caribbean Growth

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. April 28, 2020: The challenge that is now facing almost every Caribbean nation is how best to recover the tourism economy, without which, future economic growth and sustainable tax revenues will be all but impossible. The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered the industry, made hundreds of thousands of workers unemployed, pushed many hotels, ...

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Balanced Tourism Recovery A Key To Future Caribbean Growth

By David Jessop News Americas, LONDON, England, Tues. April 28, 2020: The challenge that is now facing almost every Caribbean nation is how best to recover the tourism economy, without which, future economic growth and sustainable tax revenues will be all but impossible. The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered the industry, made hundreds of thousands of workers unemployed, pushed many hotels, ...

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