This weekend, Carnival comes to the District, and Georgia Avenue is transformed with fun music, food, dancing, and culture that would make even Trinidad jealous. Kojo and and a panel of guests discuss the Georgia Avenue festival and the migration north of multiple ethnic groups from the Caribbean who are transforming the District.

Guests

  • Keith Warner Co-editor of "Caribbean Connections: Moving North"
  • E. Leopold Edwards Secretary of the National Coalition on Caribbean Affairs and local activist
  • Roland Barnes President, The DC Caribbean Carnival
  • Marie Racine Professor of languages and linguistics, UDC
  • Collin King Executive director King's consulting

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