South Florida based organization seeks to promote Caribbean American Awareness

MIAMI – On March 11th 2008, the Caribbean-American Heritage Foundation Inc, CAHFI is scheduled to launch the first in their series of educational workshops geared towards promoting the awareness and recognition of Caribbean-Americans and their contribution to the United States of America.

The graduating class of 2008 at North Miami Sr. High School will have an opportunity to learn about the Caribbean through interactive presentations on art, film and music. Each of CAHFI’S educational workshops presented throughout the year feature a different island.

The culture of Trinidad and Tobago will be highlighted in the upcoming presentation. There will be a performance by the Florida Memorial University Steel Band, headed by Dr. Dawn Batson. The Hon. Gerard Greene, Consul General of Trinidad and Tobago, Miami will also address students in a question and answer session.

The program will also include the showing of a Caribbean Film, a live performance by the musical group Crossovah and a carnival presentation by Miami Carnival 2007 “Band of the Year”, Generation X.

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