In the absence of facts, all we can do is conjecture.
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.
The bust should be replaced with an image that inspires unequivocal admiration of Garvey's accomplishments as an illustrious pan-Africanist rallying the black world to affirm pride in race.
Di Jehovah Witness dem know seh yu ha fi preach to people eena fi dem heart language if yu waan fi reach dem heart.
Di Jehovah Witness dem nuo se yu a fi priich tu piipl iina fi dem aat langgwij if yu waahn fi riich dem aat.
The Jehovah's Witnesses know that you have to preach to people in their heart language if you want to reach their heart.
In email correspondence with me, Dr Poupeye confirmed that one of the criteria used to select entries in the juried section is "practical feasibility, for instance with regards to size". Why is this criterion selectively applied to the juried section and not to invited artists?
We need a state-of-the-art music museum in downtown Kingston that's worthy of our UNESCO designation as a Creative City of Music.
On Sunday, September 9, 1906, The New York Times published a story with the headline, "Bushman Shares a Cage With Bronx Park Apes".
Wi cyaan chain up fi wi language. It change up wen it go a foreign. Same like reggae music.
Wi kyaahn chien op fi wi langgwij. It chienj op wen it go a farin. Siem laik rege myuuzik.
We can't chain our language. It changes when it goes abroad. Just like reggae music.
The fate of Ebony's artwork made me think about the value and cost of art in societies like ours where people are literally dying of hunger. How do we justify the seeming excess that is art? Does public art, for example, make the life of the poor more bearable? Or is it a luxury we simply cannot afford?