Is Caribbean a race?
Caribbean Americans are a multi-ethnic and multi-racial group that trace their ancestry further in time mostly to Africa, as well as Asia (mostly South Asia), the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, and to a lesser extent Europe.
Who owns Caribbean islands?
Countries and territories
|Country or territory||Sovereignty||Status|
|United States Virgin Islands||United States||Territory|
|British Virgin Islands||United Kingdom||British overseas territory|
|Anguilla||United Kingdom||British overseas territory|
|Cayman Islands||United Kingdom||British overseas territory|
Where do they speak English in Colombia?
The two areas where English is most widely spoken are inside the walled city of Cartagena and in the Caribbean islands of San Andres and Providencia. Staff in restaurants, hotels and some shops in Cartagena speak English to at least a reasonable level because of the large number of international visitors the city sees.
Where do people speak Colombian?
Official Languages of Colombia
Colombia’s official language is Spanish which is spoken by the vast majority of the country’s 45 million people. Colombian Spanish is unique, however, varying from traditional Spanish in other Spanish-speaking countries with very clear pronunciation.
What is the race of a Colombian?
Public Library of Science (PLOS) genetic research determined that the average Colombian (of all races) has a mixture of European 62.5%, native Amerindian 27.4% , African 9.2% and East Asian 0.9%. These proportions also vary widely among ethnicities.