The Colour of Money in Multiracial Jamaica

It really doesn’t bother me too much if private-sector firms handpick exclusively ‘Out of Many, One’ models to advertise their products and services. All that means is that they don’t expect me to patronise them. But when public-sector entities discriminate against black people in their advertising, that’s a whole other business.

Addicted to Salt Fish

In Jamaica, salt fish has become expensive gourmet food. It’s beyond the reach of poor people, except in the cheapest cuts – tail, fin, skin and bones. It’s a pity the vast majority of the descendants of enslaved Africans in Jamaica have not moved up as high in life as salt fish.

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