The home page is only one source of information about Cabo Verde and the World Wide Capeverdean community. I would like to mention a number of others that are particularly deserving of your attention and support.
Cimboa is quarterly journal of letters, arts and studies published by the Consulate of Cabo Verde in Boston. The purpose of Cimboa is to create an opportunity for scholars, writers, researchers, musicians, educators, and other students of letters to express themselves on issues of concern and interest to Cape Verde and Capeverdeans around the world.
Cimboa is available by subscription and is open to collaboration and contributions. Click here for further details.
This is the monthly publication of the Cape Verdeans of Southern California, one of the largest and most active CV organizations in the United States. The CVSC Newsletter is an outstanding publication with news not only of West Coast activities, but also regular columns and sections such as "Coluna Cultural," Recipes, "What's Happening on the East Coast," and "News from Cabo Verde." I have a subscription to the CVSC newsletter, I look forward to receiving it each month, and have no hesitation in recommending it to all.
Subscription rate is $20 yearly. Send to:
Cape Verdeans of Southern California
P.O. Box 8178
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Cabo Video in English is a bi-weekly program for Cape Cod and the Islands.
Producer - Ed Andrade
P.O. Box 210
Onset, MA 02558
Tel. (508) 291-1422
Nobidade TV is a CapeVerdean program started in Rhode Island (USA) during the year of 1988. This was the first program of its kind to be broadcasted completely in CapeVerdean Creole. Nobidade TV has many purposes: Its original idea was to educate the public of the CapeVerdean People and their culture. Its emphasis has been to promote CapeVerdean language and culture from artistic expression through music, art, poetry, and other historical perspective.
Nobidade TV has brought public attention to "cultural pluralism" CapeVerdean Americans have began organizing greater public awareness of their distinct identity within local communities in Rhode Island and in parts of Massachusetts. This program has been the catalyst for social promotion of CapeVerdean artists from around the world and continues to work for humanity and the upliftment of Africa.
For more information feel free to contact:
P.O. Box 25263
Providence RI 020905
O Correío is a bi-weekly paper published in Brockton, Massachusetts. It provides extensive coverage of the New England Capeverdean communities as well as current events and cultural affairs in Cabo Verde.
1147 Main St. #110
Brockton, MA 02401
Phone/Fax: (508) 588-8843
Founded in 1978, Tom Lopes' monthly newspaper focuses on the Capeverdean community of Greater New Bedford and Southeastern Massachusetts.
P.O. Box 3063
New Bedford, MA 02741
The Cape Verdean News
(Has this paper ceased to exist with the passing of Mr. Neves?)
Novo Jornal Cabo Verde
Travessa do Mercado
C.P. 118 - Praia, Santiago, Republic of Cabo Verde
(Text needed here also, including subscription info. Also information on any other CV papers in publication (A Semana?))
CV Chat Room on America OnLine
WWW CV Forum - PortugalNet
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