Friday, May 29, 2020

National Caribbean American Heritage Month - Massachusetts” on June 1, 2020 at 6pm



Massachusetts Celebrates National Caribbean Heritage Month.

Since 2006, June has been designated as National Caribbean American Heritage Month by Presidential Proclamation. Caribbean American have contributed to the development of the United States in extraordinary ways. Millions of people in the United States are connected to our Caribbean Neighbors.
Join us on a virtual launch “National Caribbean American Heritage Month - Massachusetts” on June 1, 2020 at 6pm.  Massachusetts State Governor Proclamation along with the following cities proclamation - Boston, Brockton, Cambridge.
Guest Speakers:
Massachusetts Governor Representative, Mayor Robert Sullivan City of Brockton, Councilor President Kim Janey City of Boston, Councilor Julia Mejia City of Boston, Councilor Quinton Zondervan City of Cambridge, Councilor Gerly Adrien City of Everett, Councilor Natacha Clerger Town of Randolph, Councilor Ken Clifton Town of Randolph and Dr. Claire Nelson of the Institute of Caribbean Studies.

LIVE PERFORMANCE BY BECKY BASS


Becky Bass, hailing from St.Croix, US Virgin Islands, is a renowned vocalist, steel drummer & actor.  A two-time New England Urban Music Award winner, Becky’s beautiful, angelic voice and skillful steel pan playing can now be heard while performing her Caribbean Soul music as a solo artist as well as with several bands all over the New England area.


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