No longer separated by sea, Caribpolitans bridge the waters by forming new “villages” in diasporic enclaves like Flatbush, Brixton, and Brampton. For most Caribbean immigrants, New York City is their first encounter with neighboring islanders, and the similarities are undeniable. As a united people, Caribpolitans successfully transform and navigate spaces in metropoles while infusing unique Caribbean culture and ethos.

 


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Shelley Vidia Worrell, Chief Curator + Cultural Entrepreneur

Kaara Satchel Williams, Associate

Kamila Leroy, Gallery Associate

Karla Probherbs, Events Associate