Caribbean Heritage Alliances (CHA), headquartered in New York City, is an organization that promotes culture, community and creativity. CHA's major activity is The Caribbean Heritage Awards which has been held three times since its launch.
The Caribbean Heritage Awards was launched in 1995 as the Caribbean Voice Awards. The Caribbean Voice Awards was held again in 1996. In 1997, its infrastructure was changed and it was renamed The Caribbean Heritage Awards. The Caribbean Heritage Awards was held on grand scale in 1999 at the Brooklyn Center for Performing Arts in Brooklyn, New York City. The event, which drew patrons from all walks of life and from virtually every Caribbean community in the US, was emceed by Lynda Bacquero (Cuban) and Maurice DuBois (Grenadian) of WNBC-TV (New York), Les Clarke (Jamaican) of WCBC-TV (New York) and Edwidge Danticat, the internationally acclaimed Haitian-American author.
The Caribbean Heritage Awards provides a forum to honor those who have achieved outstandingly. It showcases the culture and creativity of persons of Caribbean Heritage. And it builds bridges among diverse peoples and communities.






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