‘Caribbean Disunity’ in NYC Politics?

The latest episode of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources” looks at why in New York – home to the largest number of Caribbean immigrants in the U.S. – the West Indian community does not have stronger political power. What is behind the disconnect between the large population and the division “that has led to their relatively small impact on the city’s social-political landscape”? Guests include John Flateau, professor and chair of the department of public administration at Medgar Evers College – CUNY, and Felicia Persaud of CaribPR Wire.

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