The Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC) advances the political agenda of Caribbean-Americans currently residing in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area (DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia).

C-PAC’s overarching mission is to be the political voice of the Metropolitan area’s vibrant and growing Caribbean-American community.



To accomplish our goals, C-PAC will endorse and support candidates for public office in the Metropolitan area who articulate policy positions that will strengthen the economic, educational, social, and cultural conditions of individuals of Caribbean heritage residing in the Washington DC metropolitan area.

C-PAC will also seek to foster greater relationships between the U.S. Federal, State and Local governments and the nations of the Caribbean.Learn More


  • NewPresident' Biden's National Caribbean American Heritage Declaration
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  • NewC-PAC Informer
    Fall 2021 Edition.Read More
  • NewC-PAC Informer
    Winter 2020 Edition.Read More
  • NewInformation about COVID-19 Testing
    Find testing locations in DC, MD, and VA.Read More
  • NewAfricans Unite Summit Archive
    Watch an archive of the live event. Read More
  • NewCOVID-19 and Voting
    Find out the latest about voting in the DMV area.Read More
  • NewBlack Lives Matter
    Read C-PAC's call for engagement Read More


  • Annual General Meeting
    RESCHEDULED to Saturday, January 15, 2022
    12:00 - 2:00 PM
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  • Haiti in Crisis: Inagural Caribbean Political Forum
    Watch the archived webinar here
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  • Little Known Religions of the Caribbean
    Archive webinar video Read more
  • Tribute to E. Leo Edwards
    Tribute to E. Leo Edwards whose service to the Caribbean diaspora is legendary
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  • Voting Information
    Casting your ballot, regardless of how you do it, is key. Read C-PAC's voting information.
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  • Caribbean Ecumenical Service
    Watch the Service that was held on Sunday, June 28, 2020 | Access the Service Booklet
  • C-PAC Celebrates Black History Month
    Lois Dickson Rice - Mother of the Pell Grant.
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