It includes "people who spoke and wrote Creole, Dutch, English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. It also encompasses the full scope of history, with entries on figures from the first forced slave migrations in the sixteenth centuries, to entries on living persons"
"The Digital Archive includes materials digitized and filmed in Cuba and outside the island as well as resources and information related to Cuban theater, with a special focus on theater produced by Cuban communities in the United States."
"A digital archive that includes photographs, interviews, artifacts, and related materials to explore the experiences of tens of thousands of citizens who have left Cuba in small boats, homemade rafts and other unusual craft during the rafter crisis of 1994"
It only includes information on the following countries: Aruba, Cuba, Haiti and Dominican Republic.
"aims at identifying, protecting and appreciating the true values of this huge legacy and the cultural manifestations associated with the bearer communities." A project of the UNESCO Regional Office for Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean.