• PEOPLE CLUSTER: AFRO-CARIBBEAN, ANGLOPHONE

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QUICK FACTS:

People groups: 38

Population: 6,751,000

Unreached people groups: 0

UPG population: 0

Unengaged UPGs: 0

UUPG population: 0

Number of countries: 25


Affinity Bloc: Latin-Caribbean Americans

Overview: Afro-Caribbeans are Caribbean people who trace their full or partial ancestry to Africa. Their ancestors were taken from Africa to the Caribbean islands via the trans-Atlantic slave trade between the 15th and 19th centuries. Anglophone refers to English speakers, though it can also include speakers of English-based Pidgin-Creoles. The Anglophone Afro-Caribbean people cluster encompasses people of mixed African and Caribbean ancestry whose primary language is an English-based creole.

Peoples within this cluster: Afro-Caribbean, generic; Afro-Guyanese; Afro-Trinidadian; Barbadians; Black Creole; Jamaican; Lesser Antillean Creole; Montserratans; Nicaraguan Creole; Saint Lucian; Tobagonian Creole English Speakers; West Indian Black

Countries where they are found: Aruba; Bahamas; Barbados; Bermuda; Canada; Colombia; Costa Rica; Cuba; Dominica; France; French Guiana; Germany; Guyana; Honduras; Jamaica; Montserrat; Nicaragua; Panama; Saint Lucia; Sint Maarten; Suriname; Trinidad and Tobago; United Kingdom; United States; Venezuela


People groups: 38

Population: 6,751,000

Unreached people groups: 0

UPG population: 0

Unengaged UPGs: 0

UUPG population: 0

Number of countries: 25