The DC Caribbean Carnival is held annually in Washington, DC. Launched by a large Caribbean-style parade with dancers in traditional Caribbean carnival costumes, the festival promotes and educates the community about Caribbean arts, crafts, and culture.
I come from the world of humanitarian aid and international development, first getting my start in as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Niger, West Africa, where I lived in a mud hut with a straw roof in a tiny village of 40 people.and later in a small town of 10,000. Without running water or electricity, I cooked on a portable burner hooked up to a small cannister of gas. I perfected my French language skills and picked up Fulfulde and Djerma. After 3 1/2 years in Niger, I returned to the Washington, DC area, and over the next ten years, I worked for several non-governmental organizations, large and small, including the American Red Cross, Population Services International, and Counterpart International, managing food security and public health...
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