MISS LOU A LEGEND AND A HEROINE BORN SEPTEMBER 7 1919

             As I write this it is actually the day after what would have been the 94th Birthday of ‘MISS LOU’ JAMAICA ‘S FIRST LADY OF COMEDY, THE HON. LOUISE BENNETT-COVERLEY O.M. O.J. M.B.E. DIP R.A.D.A., D. LITT (HON). That however does not stop me from reflecting on one of my heroines and a Jamaican […]
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VOTE NOW FOR USAIN BOLT

VOTE NOW FOR USAIN BOLT IN THE BEST INTERNATIONAL ATHLETE CATEGORY OF TH# ESPN‘S 2013 ESPY AWARDS. CLICK HERE ————> https://www.facebook.com/United.For.Jamiaca The Espy Awards are giving a rare nod to a Non-US athlete and they have chosen the most popular athlete in the world and the most accomplished 100 metre and 200 metre sprinter in […]
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Jamaica Prime Minister NO SHOW at Jamaica Diaspora Event

Jamaica Prime Minister NO SHOW at Jamaica Diaspora Event by Jason Walker                I know when you hear the words “No Show” they are normally associated with entertainers and concerts not Prime Ministers especially when it involves important audiences like the Diaspora. Well that is essentially what occurred on December 3 2011 in the state […]
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Letter Writing Campaign to help Buju Banton

Supporters of Buju Banton Re-launch Letter Writing Campaign West Palm Beach, Florida, September 19, 2011 – Supporters of jailed international reggae artiste Mark Anthony Myrie, popularly known as Buju Banton, re-launched the international letter writing campaign started last year. The main focus of the campaign was to get bail for the reggae icon. However, since […]
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AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT

AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT By Jason Walker Emancipation day is an important day for the descendants of Africa, especially those whos ancestors were impacted by the Slave trade. In the 1800’s the holocaust of slavery was hit with a crippling blow around the world. The Emancipation Act was […]
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Support Buju Banton by Sending a Letter to Judge James Moody

By Jason Walker As the reports over the past year and a half have shown Dancehall Reggae Superstar Legend Buju Banton was arrested, held in jail for over a year, was then tried and convicted on conspiracy drug charges which could carry 15 years and the crux of the prosecution’s case rested on the testimony […]
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