Organization hopes to eradicate LGBT-phobia from Martinique within 10 years

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02/08/2023

Last year, the LGBT organization KAP Caraïbe celebrated 10 years of existence in Martinique, a French territory in the Caribbean. The organization, whose name stands for “Konsey, Aide, Prevansyion” — or “Advicel Aid, and Prevention” in English — provides services to and advocates for the LGBT population of the island. In this article, 76crimes speaks with the two co-presidents of the association, Sabine Chyl and Brice Armien-Boudre, about their goals for 2023.

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