About South Florida Caribbean News

Launched in December 2004 South Florida Caribbean News (SFLCN) is a one-stop resource of news and information for the Caribbean-American consumer.

We provide timely news and information to our readers as our site is updated daily. In addition, we are a great medium for advertisers who are trying to reach the Caribbean-American audience.

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Connecting your brand through the Caribbean-American Culture

  • Caribbean countries have relatively high proportions of their populations living abroad.
  • As of 2015, the number of black immigrants in the United States has more than quadrupled since 1980 and is expected to continue to grow.
  • The Census Bureau projects that by 2060, 16.5 percent of U.S. blacks will be immigrants.
  • There are 3.8 million black immigrants in the US and is expected to reach 11.9 million by 2060.

Caribbean-American Profile

The South Florida Caribbean-American Market

    • Miami and Ft. Lauderdale has the 1st and 2nd largest Caribbean population in the United States.
    • Caribbean-American Nationals Represented include: Bahamians, Jamaicans, Haitians, Trinidadians, Guyanese, St. Kitts & Nevis and St. Lucia
    • Caribbean-American Nationals in South Florida make up at least 50% of the 940,000+ Blacks or African Americans.
    • Total Population Broward County: 1,748,066
      • Black or African American alone 467,519 (27%)
      • 32% of Broward County residents come from a foreign country
  • Total Population Miami Dade: 2,496,435
    • Black or African American: 472,976 (19%)
  • 34% of black residents in Miami are immigrants
  • The Miami metro area has the largest share of black immigrants:
    • 34% Miami
    • 28% New York
    • 15% Washington
  • 28,000+ Native Born Jamaicans reside in Miami-Dade County
  • 70,000+ Native Born Haitians reside in Miami-Dade County (nearly half of the black immigrant population in the Miami metro area).

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