The new Mornin Tempo Show every weekday during the morning drive 8-9am (EST) or 9-10am (AST), live on One Caribbean Radio 97.9 FM HD2 in the New York Tri-State Area
Playing the hottest reggae, soca, calypso, R&B, Hip Hop, Jazz and Pop music everyday 24/7
Emancipation Day Celebration, hosted by Dr. Anil Ramnanan, Consul General of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Miami. Special guest of Honor Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll. Jennifer Carroll is the first female Lt. Governor in the State of Florida. She is a native of Trinidad & Tobago
Miami Broward One Carnival 2011
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LIVE BROADCAST TODAY...
Faces of the Caribbean w/Rafiek Mohammed Tuesday's 7-8pm
Rafiek Mohammed, Host
Caribbean people enhance countries and communities with our generations of strong influence and national pride; we know where we’re going because we know where we’re from. Over the past 5 decades the exodus of Caribbean people from the shores of the islands to the big cities of North America has helped set the stage for the dynamic cultural and economic tapestry of the continent.
However, the untold story and neglected demographics of the region that has supplied the US and the World with some of the finest exports of agriculture, minerals, raw material, human resources and an extraordinary amalgamation of music, art, dance and literature has left millions of West Indians throughout the Diaspora without it’s own platform to stand firmly upon. Our Caribbean - American community has had to settle for marginal inclusion in the history books, census and contemporary cultural landscape. The most recent events in Haiti and the attention now being given to Haiti’s plight of the past century is more than proof of this fact where even the major broadcasters in the US have now acknowledged their lack of coverage and inclusion of the Caribbean in their own newscasts and journalism despite even our close geographical location.
Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll
It is also a viable entity by which our numbers, statistics and demographics can be documented and accounted for. Our legends, pioneers and heroes now have a place where their groundbreaking works and innovations can be respected and celebrated. Our corporate contribution and socio-political views can be heard and embraced by our own people and acknowledged by those who wish to explore our fascinating culture and burning issues.
The common and individual experiences of the Caribbean unites us as a region; from the vibrant festivals in the streets to the natural resources buried deep beneath our rich soil, from the breathtaking beauty of our shores to the devastation faced by mother nature’s swift hand. Whether we are manufacturing the best quality rums and spices or Nobel Prize winning writers, Grammy Award winning singers and the fastest sports heroes in the World we are one people, now represented by one great legacy, we are the faces of the Caribbean... One Caribbean
Dr. Anil Ramnanan, Consul General
Trinidad & Tobago, Miami
The Global journey starts here, join us.
The launching of the new weekly broadcast show "Face of the Caribbean" w/Rafiek Mohammed every Tuesday's, is a direct product of the relentless efforts and persistent pursuit to fill this immense void and give Caribbean people at home and abroad a unified voice."
The LIVE broadcast of Faces of the Caribbean w/Rafiek Mohammed is fully interactive, you can in real-time call in to speak with the host (call 914 338 1302), or enter chat room, share your comments using social networking (i.e Facebook/Twitter), post a comments on Caribbean Faces (bottom of this webpage) and our fan page on Facebook.
Click the blue and white media player below, listen to host Rafiek Mohammed live or recorded show Carnival 2011
Video player below has footage of the 2010 Miami Broward One Carnival