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Caribbean culture is rich and diverse, from food, to music, to religion, to language - far richer than I can do in a short vid, but I try to communicate the richness.
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This is how the Caribbean became the most racially diverse region on the planet, after having it's ancestry and genetics permanently altered through European colonialism and migration. In this video, I'm going to give the rundown for several Caribbean countries such as Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, along with many others. We will look at the demographic history, and just what spawned the drastic fluctuations in the racial makeup of the region. We're also going to touch on many of the surrounding areas such as Central America, the Gullah coast, as well as the Guianas of South America. Please let me know your thoughts on my analysis, especially if you live in, or have ancestry from the region. Videos over the latter regions will be released soon. Tha...
** SEE LINKS BELOW FOR THE AWESOME DESIGNERS OF SOME OF THESE DRESSES ** Hi everyone! Thank you for watching! I hope you enjoyed today's episode as much as I had filming and modeling for it! These are just a few of the many Traditional Dresses found throughout the Caribbean. The common theme that connects each traditional dress is their African roots. African slaves, were forced to abandon some of their cultural and traditional practices. However, they found ways to incorporate their rich heritage, identity, and influences from their European colonizers to create the dresses that we consider our traditional dresses today. NOTE: There are only 4 dresses in this video. This does not represent every single island of the Caribbean. Before you are quick to judge a vision, understand that th...
Visit http://voyage.tv/ for the best HD travel videos in the world. The Simon Peter Fashion boutique in Bridgetown, Barbados is the place to go for unique island fashions from cocktail dresses and beach cover-ups to casual lounge wear. Meet the celebrated designers themselves, Simon Foster and Peter Bowen and get an inside look at their creative process from start to finish. Working together for over 20 years, Foster and Bowen create original patterns influenced by the Caribbean to produce eclectic fashions boasting animal prints and tropical color. After Foster makes the patterns and cuts the fabrics, Bowen paints them by hand, making each piece an original and almost impossible-to-replicate design. At the workshop see how a swatch of plain white chiffon fabric transforms into a vibrant ...
Celebrating One Culture many Flags: At the 44th Annual West Indian Day Parade there were elements of various Caribbean cultures who presented traditional dances, costumes, and music to the streets. Enjoy! Please check out my other videos, including "Labor Day Snapshots"!
MISS CARIBBEAN CULTURE SWIMWEAR 2017 SEGMENT 1
The Caribbean Connection in association with David Chen of Voicing For Jamaica produced this clip to highlight A Taste of Our Culture. Video Clip with Colin at the National Heroes Circle. THE CARIBBEAN CONNECTION Exploring A Taste of Our Culture Naturally www.atasteofourculture.com .......Directed and Produced by David Chen Contact us on 07538 554 632 or 07903 373 007 (t-mobile network) to add YOUR details to our video clips - . www.atasteofourculture.com
This is my video for the Caribbean Civilisation Portfolio for Semester 1, 2016-2017. Culture in the Caribbean focuses on Caribbean Music, Caribbean Identity, Religions in the Caribbean, and Caribbean Festivals. Contact me: email@example.com concerning any issues with this video. This portfolio is produced strictly for education purposes. I do not hold or own the rights to the songs and images in this video. I hold the rights to the video footage and commentary.
Keynote Address by Lasana M. Sekou, 10 annual Caribbean “Islands-In-Between” Conference, St. Martin, 2007. Speaker intro by Dr. Dannabang Kuwabong, UPR. UWI-Cave Hill-UPR collaborate on the annual conference on the literatures, languages, and cultures of the Eastern Caribbean. USM was the host coordinator of this 10th annual conference. [www.houseofnehesipublish.com; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lasana_M._Sekou.]
Caribbean culture is a term that explains the artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political and social elements that are representative of the Caribbean people all over the world.The Caribbean's culture has historically been influenced by that of African, European, and Amerindian, and Asian traditions.It has also been strongly influenced by that of its linguistic, economic, and cultural neighbor, the United States.Being a collection of settler nations, the Caribbean has been shaped by waves of migration that have combined to form a unique blend of customs, cuisine, and traditions that have marked the socio-cultural development of the nation. This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article...
http://barbados.org/culture Caribbean culture and art is vibrant with color, form and character and Barbados is well know as a center of the arts in the regions. Art in all its forms -sculpting, pottery, crafts, dance, music and painting - is part of the Barbados culture and heritage. In this video we dig into earth and clay to look inside the molds, kilns and processes at Earthworks Pottery in Barbados. The art and techniques here are legendary. We look at the studio and meet the people and the artists at work. They hand mold and craft unique ornamental plates, functional vases, mugs and tableware. All pieces are works of art, representing the cultural heritage of the people of Barbados and the Caribbean. Join us as we get a guided tour of the process of creating art from clay. htt...
This event focuses on celebrating the artistry, heritage, and history centered around the Caribbean.
Celebrate the cultural warriors that continue to live based on the traditional values while connecting them to the present. That honoring of the ancestors, sacred divinities and rituals have survived enslavement over 500 years throughout the Americas is the stance of warriors. As I honor the ancestors today and honor their presence in my life and yours also celebrate our will and power to sustain our sacred principles in our daily lives. Ache! Marta Moreno Vega Grand Opening Caribbean Cultural Center - video by Jose Rivera 3:15:16 -
The first ever Americas and the Caribbean cultural week at UWC Changshu China, December 2016. Credits: Cinematography: Caro Lusnia, Karina Risco Garcia and Fabian Mie Editing: Giulia Andronico Music: Started from the Bottom - Drake Champion - Dj Bravo La Gozadera - Gente de Zona Let's Get It Started - Black Eyed Peas NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.
Picnic in the Park : Queens Park Loughborough Organised by Charnwood Arts in partnership with EMCCAN (East Midlands Caribbean Carnival Arts Network This Dance was made up of nationals from the Caribbean Montserrat and Antigua & Barbuda now residing in the UK