The Millennial Jamaican In Farin’

Meet Suzanna! Hi! My name is Suzanna, I currently live in New York and I run a blog called “The Millennial Jamaican” through which I share the stories of Caribbean people (particularly millennials) with the world and boldly explore the idea of Caribbean Unity. I’m originally from Kingston & St. Andrew, Jamaica and I semi-reluctantlyContinue reading “The Millennial Jamaican In Farin’”

Quarantine Chronicles | Olivia, Kent

We started our #QuarantineChronicles series to share the experiences of our Caribbean Millennial community living abroad during the COVID-19 Pandemic. When we first started interviewing our Caribbean Millennial community from around the diaspora, the virus had only just started causing countries in Europe to close their borders and enforce mandatory nationwide lockdowns. Now, we’re startingContinue reading “Quarantine Chronicles | Olivia, Kent”

Quarantine Chronicles | Shermaine B., Canada

Our #QuarantineChronicles series where we share the experiences of our Caribbean Millennial community living abroad during the COVID-19 Pandemic is back with a third installment! Our Caribbean Millennial community is made up of travellers from around the diaspora sharing stories of their travels to inspire our peers to do the same. COVID-19 may have putContinue reading “Quarantine Chronicles | Shermaine B., Canada”

Kacy: Castellón de la Plana, Spain

We’re back with another Caribbean Millennial Abroad feature! This week we’re introducing you to a Jamaican-Antiguan making a life for herself in Spain as an English teacher with the BEDA Programme! Want to learn more about her experience on the road and life in Spain? Keep reading!