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Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture

Alexandria Miller

Are you passionate about Caribbean history, its diverse culture, and its impact on the world? Join Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture as we explore the rich tapestry of Caribbean stories told through the eyes of its people – historians, artists, experts, and enthusiasts who share empowering facts about the region’s past, present, and future. 

Strictly Facts is a biweekly podcast, hosted by Alexandria Miller, that delves deep into the heart and soul of the Caribbean, celebrating its vibrant heritage, widespread diaspora, and  the stories that shaped it. Through this immersive journey into the Caribbean experience, this educational series empowers, elevates, and unifies the Caribbean, its various cultures, and its global reach across borders. 

From Soup Joumou to Flying Fish & Cou-Cou: Exploring Caribbean Food Stories through Haitian and Bajan Cuisine July 10, 2024
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From Mofongo to Sancocho: Caribbean Food Stories in the Hispanic Caribbean with Dr. Mónica Ocasio VegaJune 26, 2024
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From Jerk to Pepper Pot: Caribbean Food Stories from Jamaica, Guyana, and Trinidad & TobagoJune 12, 2024
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The Producer's Perspective: History and Heritage in Caribbean Podcasting with Kerry-Ann Reid-BrownMay 29, 2024
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The Return of the Jamaican Giant Galliwasp: A Tale of Cultural Heritage and Reparations with Dr. Shani RoperMay 15, 2024
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Shaping Identity and Preserving Heritage: The Evolution of Caribbean Museums with Mr. Kevin FarmerMay 01, 2024
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Language as Liberation: The History of French-based Antillean Kwéyòl with Soir SmithApril 17, 2024
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Exploring the History and Diversity of Caribbean Sign Languages with Kris M. AliApril 03, 2024
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On the Wrong Side Women's History: Judith Phillip's Role in the Colony of GrenadaMarch 20, 2024
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The Fabric of Words: Caribbean Women Weaving History in Literature with Dr. Warren HardingMarch 06, 2024
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What's In a Name? Geography, Governance, and the Grit of National IdentityFebruary 21, 2024
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Navigating the Crossroads of Law, Race, and Sovereignty in Puerto Rico with Dr. Mónica JiménezFebruary 07, 2024
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The History behind the Guyana-Venezuela Border DisputeJanuary 24, 2024
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Embracing Our Legacy and Honoring Ancestral Wisdom: Reflections on Another Year of Strictly FactsJanuary 10, 2024
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Caribbean Footprints: Tracing Jamaican Influence in American Culture through the Life of Martha Gayle with Damion R. EvansDecember 13, 2023
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Framing Culture through Caribbean Cinema with Klieon JohnNovember 29, 2023
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Citizenship through Education and Imperialism in the Dominican Republic with Dr. Alexa RodriguezNovember 15, 2023
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Education and Empire: Schooling, Colonialism, and Migration, in Britain and the British Caribbean with Deanna LyncookNovember 01, 2023
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Turtle Soup, Maritime Boundaries, andTurtlemen in the Cayman Islands: An Environmental Odyssey with Dr. Sharika CrawfordOctober 18, 2023
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Cuban Domestic Labor: A Complex History Unearthed with Dr Anasa HicksOctober 04, 2023
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Exploring Black Women's Impact in Early 20th-Century Cuba with Dr. Takkara BrunsonSeptember 20, 2023
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Considering Caribbean Students' Experiences with Dr. Emmanuela Stanislaus September 06, 2023
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A Brief History on Caribbean Myths, Legends, and Folklore with Amanda AlcántaraAugust 23, 2023
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Six Moments in Jamaican Sports Her-story for Sixty-one Years of IndependenceAugust 09, 2023
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Strictly Facts' Scary Caribbean Travel SpotsJuly 26, 2023
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