I suggest that gender equality should no longer be pursued as merely “an issue of fairness and equality” but, also and more importantly, as an economic imperative for the region. - Mervyn Claxton
While academics and politicians keep on talking in circles to each other about their ‘top down’ models of regional integration, the people of the Caribbean are happily ‘wining’ to a common beat.
Black history is so much more than a month of Martin Luther King. In Jamaica, it must mean emancipation from the twisted lies we tell ourselves about our society.
Frederic Cassidy an Morris Cargill a tuu bakra man we neva si ai-tu-ai. Wen dem luk pan blak piipl kolcha iina Jamieka, a tuu difran ting dem si. Morris Cargill im did tink se im beta dan blak piipl. Puor ting. Im ful a imself. Im a laaya an im rait fi nyuuspiepa. Im chat... Continue Reading →