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Here Comes Culture

Today, I sat in my office at the Philip Sherlock Centre, and in walked creative enterprise and cultural entrepreneurship, in the form and body of Jermaine Rowe. Jermaine is a

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Sativa Samfy

I won’t even pretend that I didn’t forget to write an article this week. But in those moments of deep contemplation as I did everything except write a column and

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Yendi Must Enjoy The Right To Privacy

It was with a fair amount of dismay that I read Mr. Ricardo Brooks’ article “Yendi Has No Right to Privacy and Unfortunately Neither Does Her Child”. I was particularly

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Yendi Has No Right To Privacy and Unfortunately Neither Does Her Child

“It has come to my attention that without permission or consultation with me or my legal representatives private information was leaked and an online article was uploaded by the Gleaner

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Of Myths And Other News

Comedian and actor Russell Brand has taken to social media with something he calls ‘trews’ which really stands for the True News. I love that concept and idea because I’ve

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Irreconcilable Differences

Very rarely do I declare myself to be a ‘law student’. Primarily because it is an over-hyped preface to what should be an ordinary manner of critical thinking. I try

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Five Minutes of Rain

By: Brian-Paul Welsh [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="10038502"] One rainy afternoon I decided to trek from Devon House to Half Way Tree in St. Andrew, Jamaica. This was a five minute walk after Read More
Portia Simpson Miller

Where is the faster growth to come from?- Part 1 The faster growth imperative

By: Jermaine Spencer   [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="10038502"] It has been a minor miracle that, the Jamaican economy is currently experiencing growth as measured by the country’s statistical agencies. The term miracle Read More
Jamaica Culture

Making Culture Visible

By: Michael  Holgate [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="10038502"] Jamaica has a ‘culture’ problem. Our culture is ‘too’ rich and everyone knows it. And that is the problem. I once heard a story about Read More

The Subtext of Criticism

Recently a North American colleague of mine shared a very poignant story about her experience doing relief work in Haiti just after the earthquake. She was in the interior of

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