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Hockey Team from Jamaica using sports for Community Development

Members of the Jamaica Hockey U20 team will be participating in two playoffs in Ontario, Canada in an effort to exposed marginalized community to the historic game. More interesting details maybe found on the
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24 Interesting Facts about Jamaica

Here are twenty four facts about Jamaica you might not have known about Jamaica.. These facts ranges from religion, sports, history, agriculture to technology. Checkout out the details on
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John Brown Russwurm, Claude McKay, Joel Augustus Rogers & Thaddeus Alexander Kitchener – Black History Month

John Brown Russwurm was an American abolitionist who was born in Port Antonio, Jamaica to an English father and an enslaved mother. By NAN Staff Writer News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 3, 2017: When Black History Month is discussed, West
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Jamaican Olympic Ice Hockey Federation

We Celebrate Black History Month... "Never be limited by other people's LIMITED imagination." -- Dr. Mae Jamison This week we acknowledge our Head Coach, Graeme Townshend, who continues with his incredible journey to achieve what others would call impossible
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A Cultural gathering in Culver City

Jamaica Cultural Alliance 18th Annual Tea Party (2016) Los Angeles, California, June 20, 2016 – Jamaica Cultural Alliance, a long-standing Los Angeles based cultural organization will hold its 18 the Annual Tea Party at the historical Culver Hotel on Sunday, July 10, 201
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Reverend Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin

Gentle, spiritual and fascinating can easily describes The Church of England’s Reverend Prebendary Rose Hudson-Wilkin. Rev. Hudson-Wilkin is the first Black woman to serve as chaplain to John Bercow, The Speaker in the British House of Commons and 79th Chaplain. In 2007 she was a
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Part I of II – Documentary on Jamaican National Heroine to Screen at the 24th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival.

New York, January 15, 2016 – The legendary Nanny of the Maroons is Jamaica’s only female National Heroine. She was an eighteenth-century, African warrior Queen who led a band of former enslaved Africans in the mountains of Jamaica to a decisive victory over the mighty British army
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Kingston Designated a Creative Music City by UNESCO

TEF Provides Over $3.4 Million to Support Venture Kingston, Jamaica: December 11, 2015 – State Minister in the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment Hon. Damion Crawford has welcomed news that the push to have Kingston designated a Creative City of Musi
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JCA Board Member to be Awarded Jamaica’s National Award

Los Angeles, CA (October 6, 2015) - Former Consul General for Southern California and Jamaica Cultural Alliance (JCA) Board Member, Mr. Cleveland Neil, will on October 19th be awarded the Badge of Honour for Meritorious Service (BHM) to Jamaica and th
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