Filled with riveting interviews of second-generation Caribbean immigrants and the challenges they face in holding to their family heritage while embracing American culture. In recent years, immigrant communities have stayed in closer communication with their homelands through cable and satellite television and the internet. While this makes it possible for the second generation to retain a stronger ethnic identity, at the same time, television, movies, and the Internet create a powerful homogenizing force, pulling the children of immigrants in two different directions.
Jean Rene Rinvil
Challenges faced by second generation children of the Caribbean Diaspora.