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Professor Ludi Simpson, of University of Manchester, co-author of Sleepwalking to Segregation?
: Challenging myths about race and migration, said: “It might be too soon to start saying that Caribbean presence in Britain is in decline; the population has increased just not as much as others. This is because of refugees and new migration patterns, but it could also be those who have settled over the past ten years and have now had children.” He added: “What is interesting is that some categories like Black Other have increased almost three-fold.
Each of the Caribbean islands has a unique and distinct cultural identity that was molded by early European colonialists, the African slave trade, as well as indigenous Indian tribes.
Its rich culture, set against a backdrop of crystal clear waters and never ending sunshine is what gives the Caribbean its lasting influence on travelers who visit the islands.
Between 20, those who identified as Black Caribbean has stabilised at 1.1 percent, increasing nominally by only 29,204.
The Black African population has doubled from 0.8 percent to 1.7 percent, or from 484,783 to 989,628 nominally.
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People who identify as Black African are now the majority group in Britain’s black community as opposed to those who identify as Black Caribbean.
In 2001, the Caribbean population outnumbered the African population but there has been a significant reversal.
Its residents include a wide spectrum of characters, from staid English aristocrats to animated Rastafarians. The Dominican Republic is a mountainous country (located due east of Haiti) whose past is story of ongoing political turmoil.
Aruba, once a Dutch colony, today retains only the slighest Dutch influence. In contract, Puerto Rico, located directly east of the Dominican Republic, is one of the most modern and well-developed islands in the Caribbean.
Ten years later, while numbers have increased in real terms from 146,000 to 160,000, the overall percentage has dropped to two percent.