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The Revolt of 1712

Short description of the 1712 New York revolt in which Caribbeans were prominent and links to related stories.

Afro-Cubans in Florida

Herman Monroe, a descendant of Afro-Cuban migrants who came to Tampa, Florida as cigar-makers, spent years researching the history of Tampa's black Episcopal church. This article tells his story.

Ethnic and Racial Groups

Study on the different attitudes of African Americans and Caribbean immigrants concerning racism.

A Mix of Cultures, Customs, and Community

Profile of the Caribbean community in Queens, New York and views on their identity in the United States. Relations between African-Americans and Caribbean immigrants are discussed.

Caribbean Voices of New York

In the fall of 2001, the New York University Morse Academic Plan (MAP) course, The Language of America's Ethnic Minorities, undertook a project to hear the voices of real and imagined immigrant communities, and learn about the people behind them. This page has an index of several Caribbean cultural groups (Cuban, Dominican, Jamaican, Puerto Rican, Trinidadian, West Indian) to choose from.

Tobacco Farms and Caribbean Migrants

This site describes the process of tobacco production in the northeastern U.S. with historical and contemporary reference to Caribbean migrants.

Centro-Puerto Rican History and Culture

The Centro is a research center located at Hunter College in New York dedicated to the study and interpretation of the Puerto Rican experience in the United States. Its resources are available to those in community organizations, public policy, and academia. The Centro is also the world's only repository of archival and library materials dedicated exclusively to the Puerto Rican Diaspora.

Centro Archives

The Centro Archives division collects, preserves and makes available for research unique primary materials that document the history and culture of the Puerto Rican Diaspora with a concentration on New York City.

Puerto Rico and the American Dream

This multimedia site brings, original content online in Spanish and English. A film section, an online gallery, discussion boards, historical timelines and oral histories are featured along with announcements and current events postings.

Dominican Studies Institute

The CUNY Dominican Studies Institute is an interdisciplinary research unit of the City University of New York at City College devoted to the production, gathering, and dissemination of knowledge on Dominicans in the United States, the Dominican Republic, and elsewhere.

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