Indo-Caribbean Research

The site is currently UNDER CONSTRUCTION to provide more information about a research study that examines community experiences in Richmond Hill, Queens after September 11, 2001. 

The purpose of the study is to understand immigrant experiences in Richmond Hill after September 11, 2001. The survey will take between 20-30 minutes to complete. You will also be invited to participate in a short phone interview to discuss your experiences. Understanding experiences in the community after 9/11 will help researchers and community advocates to address problems and better serve residents. The survey is anonymous and confidential. If you are uncomfortable responding to any questions, please skip it and move forward. There are no costs or compensation for participating in this study. If you have any questions please follow the link below, email the researcher at or use the Contact form on this site.

 Click HERE to learn more OR participate in the community experiences survey! 

Additional resources including links to community organizations and social service providers can also be found here under the Links tab.

This site was initially developed as a research recruitment tool for a domestic violence study supported by the Ronald E. McNair Program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice (City University of New York) between 2008-2010.  The 9/11 community study is supported by the University of Delaware.