In this episode we discuss the importance of voting. We also speak about " Does your vote count"? And are the politicians working for the people?
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Al Jazeera exposes politicians in Dominica and Grenada willing to accept money in return for diplomatic passports.: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019/11/exclusive-caribbeanofficials-linked-diplomatic-passport-sale-191124104333064.html
Wataflo - Victory Is Ours
Bounty Killer - Misleader
In this episode we discuss if there should there be a band on wearing dreadlocks in school?
We congratulate Buju Banton for winning the Jamaican Festival 2020 song choice.
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We debriefed about the start of the year 2020 and the Covid-19 (Carona Virus), the killing of 25 year old Ahmaud Arbery and the invasion of China in Africa and throughout the Caribbean.
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In this Episode we welcome a new year and speak of the missions that if ahead for Empowering Us Caribbean. We speak of the changes that will be placed on both empusc.com and the Empowering Us Caribbean Facebook group/ page.
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In this episode we discuss more about what Empowering Us Caribbean is about, and how the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) will effect people of the Latin and Caribbean communities.
In this episode we thank the Caribbean and Latin American service members for their service. Check out this article on Caribbean and Latin service members and leave a feedback: http://www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences-and-law/political-science-and-government/military-affairs-nonnaval/united-states-8 Register and upload photos and videos of what\u2019s going on in your world by using your Facebook or Google credentials at: https://empusc.com/register or https://empusc.com/login , join our chat rooms at gitter.im/empusc . Want to be on the air? Hit us up at email@example.com and provide your name, email and topic you want to speak on. We are also looking for volunteer engineers, designers, web developers, and app developers to enhance our Empowering Us Caribbean site and help build an App. We thank you for joining us today. We will see you in the next episode.