Celebrating LGBTQ Equality in the Caribbean-American Community

The Caribbean Equality Project was founded in 2015 to empower the Caribbean-American LGBTQ community in New York City, “with a dedicated aim to cultivating a supportive and progressive Caribbean community free of violence, oppression, and discrimination,” according to the nonprofit’s website. Its educational and outreach efforts have grown over the years, with advocacy, programming and educational events.

Last month, CEP held its fourth annual “LOVE” (Living Our Values Equally) event at the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning. Bodil Tummers and Charlotte van de Kant from the University of Applied Sciences Utrecht were there and produced this video report.

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