Garvey conceived the assembly as “The First International Convention of the Negro Peoples of the World.” Approximately two thousand delegates from twenty-two countries attended. The congress was a grand affair lasting for the entire month.
It is the certainty of disreputable governance that could finally drive indifferent voters to stand up for principle and simply refuse to accept corruption as an inevitable way of life. No matter which party is in power!
Nuff more a wi a go march gainst JPS wen Dr Ricketts call di next demonstration. Nof muor a wi a go maach gens JPS wen Dr Ricketts kaal di neks demanschrieshan. A lot more of us are going to march against JPS when Dr Ricketts calls the next demonstration.
"I am ready to go into therapy to learn how to surrender the patriarchal entitlement I’ve enjoyed for so long as a man living in Jamaica."
It was Winnie Mandela who inspired Andrea Davis to create International Reggae Day. When the Mandelas came to Jamaica in 1991, Winnie gave an animated speech to women in which she acknowledged the militant reverberations of reggae music in the anti-apartheid struggle. Songs like Peter Tosh’s 1977 Apartheid motivated South African freedom fighters in the bush.
Lady Musgrave did have vision. Wi fi stop tear her down./ Lady Musgrave did av vijan. Wi fi stap tier ar dong./ Lady Musgrave had vision. We should stop tearing her down.
Instead of giving away Jamaica’s beaches to foreign investors who export their profits, the Government should be ensuring that Jamaicans have access to public beaches.
Inna Augustown, Miller still a write down di vision. An im sight di way Babylon system inna Jamaica fight down black people culture.
Ina Augustown, Miller stil a rait dong di vishan. An im sait di wie Babilan sistim ina Jamieka fait dong blak piipl kolcha.
In Augustown, Miller is still writing down the vision. And he 'sights' the way Babylon system in Jamaica fights down black people's culture.
Students whose creativity is highly developed are inclined to be unruly. They are also likely to become the filmmakers, musicians, fashion designers, hair stylists, entertainment lawyers, etc, of the future. They need special care, not abuse. I think all high schools should identify creative students who can be allowed some freedom of expression.