Caribbean Cultural Celebrations

Among the many enticing things the Caribbean is known for, some of the top contenders are its wealth of culture, cuisine and celebrations. From the bright and enchanting Carnival costumes to the more traditional dances that have been passed on from generation to generation, there is no shortage of cultural heritage to choose from. This corner of Caribbean Research Methodologies is dedicated to highlighting some of the magnificent celebrations still alive and well in the Caribbean today.

Connections In Caribbean Dance

(How The Caribbean Is Connected Through Dance)

Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley speaking about  cultural confidence in small island states

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Participating in the street celebration of the First Peoples in Arima, Trinidad (Margaret and Camille)

Watina - the Garifuna Language,  Dance and Music of Belize