MGM-Mixed populations in the Caribbean Islands & Latin American
The national motto of Jamaica is "Out of many, one people."
"Today the population of the country consists mainly
of the black and mulatto descendants of those slaves.
There are also minorities of East Indian, Chinese,
Amerindian, Syrian, Lebanese, and European ancestry .. "
"mixed African and European origin"
Mulatto and black 90%, White 5%, Indian, Chinese 5%
TRINIDAD / TOBAGO:
"There are very many people of
mixed blood in Trinidad and Tobago.
But they do not, by and large, constitute a separate group."
Cayman Islands had varying ethnic backgrounds: 25 percent
were black; 20 percent, white; and 55 percent, mulatto
WEST INDIAN / CARIBBEAN ISLANDS
"Most of the people are of mixed racial descent, including
black African, Native American, and European ancestry"
"mostly of mixed Spanish and African descent"
"People of European descent, primarily Portuguese, account
for 54 percent of the population; mulattoes and mestizos,
with African-European and European-Native
American ancestry, total 39 percent.
People of African-Native American descent, Asian descent, and
pure Native American descent form much smaller parts of the
THE WEST INDIES:
(multi-racial / ethnic admixture)]