In August, we celebrate black heritage

August reconnects us with our roots and invites us to acknowledge the path and struggles of our ancestors, who hoped and prayed for a better dawn almost two centuries ago.

The entire Caribbean remembers their liberation, an event that brought a new beginning to hundreds who were stripped from their motherland to work unwillingly as slaves in the Americas. 

Black Heritage Month is a reminder of our African ancestry, the history, food, music, rituals, and features, all that resemble who we are and our link to those before us. 

As we acknowledge our past, let us look towards a better tomorrow, and thrive with a sense of pride, knowing who we are and where we want to be. 

Happy Black Heritage Month!

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