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    The Students of Caribbean Ancestry at Brown University is an interest group designed to educate and encourage fellowship among students of Caribbean heritage and those interested in the Caribbean through discussion groups, forums, social gatherings, and other activities pertinent to Caribbean life. By promoting and enriching awareness of the Caribbean islands, SoCA aims to broaden the horizons not just of the Brown community, but of the ever-growing Caribbean. We are committed to fostering better attitudes and more open dialogues about West Indian issues and relations. SoCA holds annual events – such as our acclaimed Ebony Soiree, community activities, and weekly meetings. Much like the Caribbean, everyone is welcome – SOCA is inclusive of all ethnic and lingual groups and aims to promote fellowship across all lingual, racial, ethnic boundaries.
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Announcing RIDDIM AND ROOTS, our annual Ebony Soiree

Announcing RIDDIM AND ROOTS, the Students of Caribbean Ancestry’s annual Ebony Soiree. The event will be held on Saturday, March 10th, 2012 in Andrews Dining Hall, featuring a cocktail hour (6-7PM) with tasty drinks and a classy jazz band; dinner and performances (7-10PM), including tastes of the West Indies, performances from a wide array of … Continue reading

Kicking back

Last Saturday, the Students of Caribbean Ancestry at Brown University held its Caribbean Kickback in the Morris-Champlin Lounge on Pembroke Campus – and it was more than a success! Members of the Brown community joined us for good food, good music, and good vibes. Food was prepared by our own members, who spent tireless hours … Continue reading

EVENT: Caribbean Kickback this Saturday 11/19 7pm

Please join us this weekend for our first Caribbean Kickback of the school year! It will take place at the Morris-Champlin Lounge (on Pembroke Campus) at 7pm this Saturday, November 19th, 2011! Get ready for some good (and free!) food, music, games, and vibes. Friends are very much welcome! Please tweet us (@brownsoca) or simply … Continue reading

Our new digs

Welcome! We are so proud of our brand new website, and hopefully you like it too. Our new site is designed to expand the Students of Caribbean Ancestry’s outreach to the community through more interactivity and ease of use. While you’re navigating our new website, take a look at several of our new features: Blog … Continue reading

Welcome!

The Students of Caribbean Ancestry at Brown University is an interest group designed to educate and encourage fellowship among students of Caribbean heritage and those interested in the Caribbean through discussion groups, forums, social gatherings, and other activities pertinent to Caribbean life. By promoting and enriching awareness of the Caribbean islands, SoCA aims to broaden … Continue reading

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