Bringing together the Dominican Diaspora

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Dominica is an island nation with a population 70,000 is located in the eastern Caribbean — not to be confused with the Dominican Republic, which is in the northern part of the Caribbean. Dominica is being referred to as the “Nature Island,” where two-thirds of the island are home to the tropical rain forests and thousands of plant species.

Dominican Diaspora is a social network, created by Diane Corriette is all about reuniting all Dominicans around the world. When you create an awesome social network like Dominican Diaspora, it’s only natural you’ll draw large memberships. This social network’s latest activity is always buzzing with new members and friend connections. To help them make the most of their stay, there are video tutorials on how to use this social network effectively.

One of the main components that keeps this social network going is the sponsorship that Dominican Diaspora has received. DD Sponsors is where you’ll find the network’s sponsors who continuously show their support by paying for advertising. Another vital component of this social network is the members themselves. You’ll always find lively discussions on the forum, ranging from serious to fun topics.

Members are also very active in groups. One very popular group is Cooking Dominican Style, with members sharing and exchanging delicious Dominican cuisine recipes. Check out the social network’s July events, filled with fun activities such as scuba diving excursions and family picnics. Members have shared over 10000 photos of friends, families and beautiful landscapes of Dominica. You can’t help but after looking through these photos of smiling friendly faces and lush, green tropical rain forests, want to experience this beautiful island.

Join Dominican Diaspora today and book a flight!

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3 thoughts on “Bringing together the Dominican Diaspora

  1. Joseph Doway

    I too beleive that the D.D. is one of the best groups that I am involved with and Diane Corriette needs to be awarded for that. Mind you, there are lots of Dominicans even here on Antigua who have never heard or been on D.D. So we have to find a way to connect them.

    But we, have to also understand that Dominica can get all the exposure possible and Dominicans have to understand that the world is moving forward and we have to join that band wagon

    Thank you for giving me that opportunity to touch base with former school mates who I have not seen or heard from in 30+ years. It is a priviledge. Keep it up. Thank you


    Diane Corriette surely deserves much credit for setting up this site, in spite of some negativity shown towards her on one discussion page. For Dominicans, we met those
    who we haven’t seen in years, and wondered where they were, and what have they been involved in, in terms of jobs, family connections, travels etc. We’ve also seen
    faces; some of whom we have forgotten. We’ve made contacts to many friends and
    families which will lead to more reunions. Diane, thanks for the “Dominican Diaspora”.

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