100 Jamaican individuals and organizations sign open letter to William and Kate ahead of their visit

I am sharing below the Advocates Network’s Open Letter to William and Kate, who bear the titles “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.” The letter is signed by 100 individuals (including myself) and organizations. The royal couple will arrive in Jamaica on Tuesday, March 22 and depart on Thursday, March 24, as part of their Caribbean tour.

Dear William and Kate: Why not just say you are sorry?

March 20, 2022

Open Letter to Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate

Dear William and Kate:

We note with great concern your visit to our country Jamaica, during a period when we are still in the throes of a global pandemic and bracing for the full impact of another global crisis associated with the Russian/Ukraine war. Many Jamaicans are unaware of your visit as they struggle to cope with the horrendous fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, exacerbated by pre-existing social and economic hardships inherited from our colonial past.

We also note that your visit is part of the celebrations to mark the 70th Anniversary (Platinum Jubilee) of the Coronation of your grandmother and the 60th Anniversary of Jamaica’s Independence. We see no reason to celebrate 70 years of the ascension of your grandmother to the British throne because her leadership, and that of her predecessors, have perpetuated the greatest human rights tragedy in the history of humankind. Her ascension to the throne, in February 1952, took place 14 years after the 1938 labour uprisings against inhumane working/living conditions and treatment of workers; painful legacies of plantation slavery, which persist today. During her 70 years on the throne, your grandmother has done nothing to redress and atone for the suffering of our ancestors that took place during her reign and/or during the entire period of British trafficking of Africans, enslavement, indentureship and colonialization.

In fact, on September 30, 2015 former Prime Minister (PM) David Cameron addressed a joint sitting of both houses of the Jamaican Parliament, and told us to “move on from this painful legacy,” merely acknowledging the “horrors of slavery” and asserting British leadership in the abolition of slavery. Many of us were outraged and demanded an apology through several open letters by former PM PJ Patterson, Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies, and University of Technology, Jamaica professionals, as well as newspaper articles, including one by Dr Henley Morgan.[1] We still await an apology for the offensive and insensitive statements. We have not forgotten! As Cameron correctly noted: “these wounds run very deep.”

We, therefore, will not participate in your Platinum Jubilee celebration!

We will, however, celebrate 60 years of freedom from British colonial domination. We are saddened that more progress has not been made given the burden of our colonial inheritance. We nonetheless celebrate the many achievements of great Jamaicans who rejected negative, colonial self-concepts and who self-confidently succeeded against tremendous odds. We will also remember and celebrate our freedom fighters, including our National Heroes, who bravely fought against British tyrannical rule and abominable human rights abuses. We welcome you to join this celebration.

You, who may one day lead the British Monarchy, are direct beneficiaries of the wealth accumulated by the Royal family over centuries, including that stemming from the trafficking and enslavement of Africans. You therefore have the unique opportunity to redefine the relationship between the British Monarchy and the people of Jamaica. If you choose to do so, we urge you to start with an apology and recognition of the need for atonement and reparations. There are many reasons why we see this is an important and necessary way forward for you both and the generations to come. We have attached a list of only sixty (60) reasons in commemoration of our 60 years of freedom from British colonialization.

We urge you to reflect carefully on these 60 reasons why you should apologize and begin a process of reparatory justice. It is unconscionable that enslavers have been compensated under the Slave Compensation Act (1837), with some payments converted into 3.5% government annuities which lasted until 2015, yet to date there has been no compensation paid to the descendants of enslaved Africans.

We are of the view that an apology for British crimes against humanity, including but not limited to, the exploitation of the indigenous people of Jamaica, the transatlantic trafficking of Africans, the enslavement of Africans, indentureship and colonialization, is necessary to begin a process of healing, forgiveness, reconciliation and compensation.

We encourage you to act accordingly and just “sey yuh sorry!” Boldly lead a youthful generation in the hope that it is possible to create a future where: “the philosophy which hold one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned,” and where there is no “first class and second class citizens of any nation,” and where “the colour of a man’s skin is of no more significance than the colour of his eyes” and, finally, where “basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race.” These words were used by Emperor Haile Selassie I in his speech to the United Nations General Assembly on 4 October 1963, and was made popular by Bob Marley in the song “War.” As a Rastafarian, Bob Marley embodied advocacy and is recognized globally for the principles of human rights, equality, reparations and repatriation. Use these words to create a new narrative and reality of PEACE for your generation and generations to come.

With Great Expectations!

The Advocates Network:  #AdvocatesNetwork  #Jamaica60  #WeNaaEaseUp

  1. Prof Rosalea Hamilton, Advocates Network
  2. Nora Blake, JP, Convener, No 9-Day Wonder, Advocates Network
  3. Prof Opal Palmer Adisa, Adisa Consulting/Thursdays in Black, Advocates Network
  4. Patricia Phillips, Advocates Network
  5. P N. Grant, Advocates Network
  6. Oberlene Smith, Advocates Network
  7. Fr. Sean Major-Campbell, J.P. Anglican Priest & Advocate for Human Rights
  8. Judith Wedderburn, Gender and Development Advocate
  9. Diedre Hart-Chang, Human Rights Advocate
  10. Dr. Henley Morgan, Social Entrepreneur
  11. Prof Trevor Munroe, Civil Society Advocate
  12. Mike Henry, Reparations Advocate for Chattel Slavery, One of the 2 longest serving MP in Jamaica
  13. Jacqui Samuels-Brown, Attorney at Law
  14. Hugh Small, Attorney-at-law
  15. Bert Samuels, Attorney at Law
  16. Manley (Big Youth) Buchanan, Musician and Freedom Advocate
  17. Ernie Smith, Singer/Songwriter
  18. Professor Grethel Bradford, Human Rights Advocate & Trauma Professional
  19. Dr Anna Kasafi Perkins, Roman Catholic Theologian and Ethicist
  20. Rev Jayson Downer, President, MoGAVA (Men of God Against Violence and Abuse)
  21. Linnette Vassell, Gender & Social Justice Activist
  22. Jeanette Calder, Accountability Advocate
  23. Enith M. Williams, Founder/Executive Director, Reparations Finance Lab
  24. Emma Lewis, Writer and Blogger
  25. Dr. Maziki Thame, Senior Lecturer, UWI, Mona
  26. Indi Mclymont-Lafayette, Development Communications Specialist
  27. Rukie Wilson, Jamaica Diaspora Member in Washington, D.C.
  28. Clarence Reynolds, President, Rennalls International LLC
  29. Rachel Dolcine, MPA, CPM, CEO, Compass Consulting & Training Solutions
  30. Rosemarie Francis-Binder, Stand Up for Jamaica, Germany
  31. Clinton Hutton, Scholar
  32. Mekelia Green, Attorney-at-Law
  33. Shirley Duncan, Advocates Network
  34. Hugh Thompson, Retired Jamaican
  35. Pat Bernard, Attorney at Law
  36. Patrick Euston, Retired Jamaican
  37. Hyman Wright, aka “Jah Life,” “Backawall,” Music Producer, Entrepreneur
  38. Desmond Shakespeare (Shaks), Industrial Engineer
  39. Lorna Wilson-Morgan PhD, Security Advisor (Retired)
  40. George Golding, Entertainment Consultant
  41. Rev. Newton G.A. Dixon, African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church
  42. Kenneth Delano Rowe, Pan-Africanist
  43. Imani Duncan-Price, Gender and Development Activist, Former Senator
  44. Mishka Parkins, Consultant, Human Rights Advocate
  45. Marvia Parkins, Educator, Human Rights Advocate
  46. Paul Irving, Educational Psychologist
  47. KaBu Ma’at Kheru, Talk Show Host
  48. Lois E. Grant (Nzingha) Communications Consultant
  49. Lorna E Green, Convenor, Women Business Owner Ltd.
  50. Andrew Neita, Engineer
  51. Copeland Fisher, Retired Jamaican
  52. Paul Burke, PNP NEC Life Member
  53. Glynis Hay, Educator
  54. Marcia Swaby, Retired Teacher
  55. Christopher Malcolm, Jamaican without allegiance to the Crown
  56. Claudette Cameron-Stewart, Jamaican Diaspora Organizer
  57. Mark Cameron, Co Convener, UIC
  58. Andre Simpson, CEO, Higher Thinka
  59. Gillian Fox-Crosskill, Human Resources Manager
  60. Joseph L Patterson, UIC Jamaica President
  61. Eroll Walters, Jamaican Diaspora
  62. Sharon Wolfe, Administrator
  63. Dr Calvin Solomon, Medical Doctor
  64. Acinette Nelson, Jamaica Diaspora
  65. Yola Grey Baker, Fashion Designer
  66. Anthony White, Jamaica Research Project
  67. Bevenisha Moodie-Osawaru, Management Consultant
  68. Dr Caroline Dyche (PhD), Lecturer, UWI Mona
  69. Roy Phillips, retired Civil Servant
  70. Sidonie Donald-DePass, retired Matron, Spanish Town Hospital
  71. Victor J.N. Cummings, Former Member of Parliament
  72. Elaine Wint, Corporate Trainer/Coach
  73. Saba Igbe, Writer, Student
  74. Jonathan P. H. Burke, St. Mary Farmer
  75. Osmond Tomlinson, Medical Doctor
  76. Jacqueline Francis, Medical Doctor
  77. Dr Paul Allwood, Jamaica Diaspora
  78. Kenyama Brown, Minister of Foreign Affairs, The State of the African Diaspora (SOAD)
  79. Tehuti Ra Hujae, member of the People’s Anti-Corruption Movement
  80. Topaz Cole, Natural by Nature’s Farm and Agro processing
  81. Glen Brown (GB), Human Rights Advocate
  82. Donna AM Mattis, Teacher, Human and Social Rights Activist, Blogger, Member of People’s Anti-Corruption Movement
  83. Richard Marsh, Marine Biologist
  84. Arlene McKenzie, Freelance Community Tourism Consultant
  85. Maxine Stowe, Director, Ethio Africa Diaspora Union Millennium Council aka Rastafari Millenium Council
  86. Priest Wesley Kelly, Haile Selassie 1 Royal Ethiopian Judah Coptic Church
  87. Priest Bongo Leo, Stony Gut, Nyahbinghi Tabernacle
  88. Hugh Johnson, Rep, Bernard Lodge Farmers Group and Immediate Past President SBAJ
  89. Osunya Minott, Black Roots Records
  90. Carlton Livingston, Executor, Bunny Wailer Estate
  91. Angela Pinnock, Medical Professional
  92. Errol Kong, aka Ricky Storm Jah warrior
  93. Trudy Knockless, Business of Law Journalist, NY
  94. Camica Fuller, Jamaican mother
  95. Theo Chambers, Wellness Consultant and Humanitarian
  96. Sharon Parris-Chambers, Founding Director, Temple of Inner Peace and Humanitarian
  97. Donna Brown, Jamaica Diaspora
  98. Andrea Prendergast, Mother
  99. Dr Joan Shaw-Johnson, Jamaican Citizen
  100. Stand Up For Jamaica (non-profit organization)

The Advocates Network is an unincorporated, non-partisan alliance of individuals and organizations advocating for human rights and good governance to improve the socio-economic conditions of the people of Jamaica and to transform lives. Our core objective is to forge an effective, broad-based collaboration of individuals and civil society organizations to support human rights and good governance issues. For more information, email: Advocatesnet@gmail.com


[1] See Open Letter by PJ Patterson’s: https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20151008/full-text-pj-slams-david-cameron-are-we-not-worthy-he-asks ; Open Letter by Hilary Beckles: https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/commentary/20150928/open-letter-prime-minister-david-cameron ; Open Letter by 12 UTech Professionals: https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/focus/20151018/open-letter-british-prime-minister-david-cameron ; and Henley Morgan’s call for Apology & Reparation for Garrison Victims: https://www.jamaicaobserver.com/columns/Apology-and-reparation-for-garrison-victims_19232508

Prince William and Kate. (AP File Photo)

169 thoughts on “100 Jamaican individuals and organizations sign open letter to William and Kate ahead of their visit

  1. A serious effort at discussion would create an opportunity rather for exploration of the issue rather than condemnation of two visiting officials who are most likely oblivious to current political winds. Will condemnations make things better? I doubt it.

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  2. I am grateful and thankful for this letter to the Duke and Dutchess—
    My prayer is that their humaneness will supersede any convictions they may have to the contrary, and do the bold and righteous thing even now- it’s never too late to do the righteous thing!
    PEACE!

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  3. REPARATION WAS CONSIDERED IMPOSSIBLE FOR AFRICAN DESCENDANTS GIVEN REASONS SUCH AS THE AMOUNT AND THE DIFFICULTIES AS REGARDS THE STRUCTURE OF PAYMENTS, INCLUDED IN THIS SOMEWHAT LUDICROUS ASSUMPTION THAT AFRICAN AND AFRICAN DESCENDANTS FUD NOT SUFFER SUFFICIENTLY LIKE THE JEWS TO BE TREATED SIMILAR.
    IT WAS ACTUALLY BOUGHT TO MY ATTENTION HOW EASILY THE DESCENDANTS COULD BE PAID AFTER VIEWING A TV PROGRAM ON BBC2 BOASTING OF THE HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS KEPT IN UK MUSEUMS AS PROOF OF THE ATROCITIES COMMITTED BY EACH SLAVE TRADE OWNERS. IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE DEHUMANISATION OF THESE INDIVIDUALS BOOKS WERE WRITTEN AND SGARED OUT IN HOW TO MAIN ORDER AND AVOID SLAVES RUNNING AWAY.
    BARBARIC METHODS WERE USED INCLUDING CUTTING THE FLESH AND PLYING SALT IN THE WOUND AND PLACING THE AFRICAN IN THE SUN.
    BOOKS WITH THE VICTIMS NAME CHANGED TO NUMBERS AGE SEX ,DISTINGUISHING
    MARKS.
    JEWS WERE ONLY SIX MILLION THEREFORE SUPPOSEDLY EASIER TO COMPENSATE WHERE AS AFRICANS WAS OVER
    26 MILLIONS.
    THE JEWS WERE GIVEN A PUBLIC APOLOGY BY THE HEADS OF STATE ON A SPECIAL DAY SET ASIDE FOR REMEMBRANCE DAY OF HOLOCAUSTS. THIS DAY WAS SET ASIDE FOR THE WORLD TO SHARE WITH THEM THE MEMORIES OF THEIR LOSS.
    WHY CANNOT WE BE TREATED LIKE THIS..?
    WEST GERMANY 🇩🇪 GOVERNMENT WENT SO FAR AS TO PROVIDED LAND AND PROPERTIES FOR JEWISH OLD PEOPLES HOME ALONG WITH FINANCIAL MONTHLY RESTITUTION FOR THE ENTIRE ELDERLY JEWISH DESCENDANTS. OTHER COUNTRIES FOLLOW SUIT SUIT AND PROVIDED THE SAME…
    SINCE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH WAS OUR LAST ABOLITIONISTS AND ONE OF THE LARGEST SLAVE OWNERS WHO RELINQUISHED THIS DEPLORABLE MOCKERY OF ABOLITION IN 1973 I SUGGEST THEY BE THE FIRST TO GIVE AFRICANS CATHOLIC CHURCH LAND AND PROPERTIES THIS IS RESTITUTION. THE LAND TO BE USED FOR AFRICANS YOUNG AND OLD PEOPLES HOME ALONG WITH MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO THE ELDERLY AND THERE DESCENDANTS. THIS SUGGESTION COVERS ALL CATHOLIC CHURCHES ALL OVER THE WORLD.,
    THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY AS HEADS OF STATE NEED TO COMMENCE AN APOLOGY ALONG WITH THE TALK OF REPARATION THEN ALONG THE LINE OF RESTITUTION BE LAND AND PROPERTIES.
    A MONTHLY PAYMENT BE OF £4000 IN LINE WITH INFLATION AT ANY GIVEN YEAR. THIS MONEY TO BE TRANSFERRED INTO ALL AFRICAN DESCENDANTS TAXPAYERS ACCOUNT.
    NO AFRICAN DESCENDANTS WILL BE PERMITTED TO PAY TAX UNDERSTANDING THAT IT WAS THE SAME AFRICAN DESCENDANTS THAT ACTUALLY PAID FOR THEIR OWN FREEDOM FROM SLAVERY IN THE PRESENT DAY TAXES, THE BANK OF ENGLAND LAST PAYMENTS TO THE SLAVE MASTERS-FOR ABOLITIONIST WAS 2015.,
    THE DAY FOR THIS CELEBRATION 🎉 🎊 🍾 WILL BE THE SAME DAY AS THE QUEENS JUBILEE TO MARK THE FREEDOM FROM TYRANNY.
    NEXT IS THE ISSUE OF IMMIGRATION NO MORE PASSPORT RESTRICTIONS FOR AFRICANS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS THIS BONDAGE IS THE GREATEST SIN OF ALL.
    ANYONE WHO PREVENTS THIS THROWING AWAY OF THIS FINAL CHAIN WILL BE SEEN AS THE REAL OPPRESSOR BECAUSE THE PASSPORT ISSUE WAS THE CHAIN AROUND OUR NECKS MADE TO KEEP OUT THE AFRICANS FROM ASSUMING THEIR EQUAL RIGHTS AS REGARDS TO RACE.

    THERE WILL BE AN APOLOGY FOR ALL THOSE AFRICAN DESCENDANTS PRISONERS WHO HAVE HAD TO BATTLE WITH DRUGS AND OTHER MENTAL ILLNESSES IN AND OUT OF HOSPITALS AND MENTAL INSTITUTIONS.
    I CONCENTRATE ON THIS PARTICULAR SECTION BECAUSE WITHOUT INSTITUTIONALISED RACISM THOSE INSIDE WOULD HAVE LED A DIFFERENT EXISTENCE. WITH COUNSELLING THIS GROUP WOULD HAVE BEEN IN THE COMMUNITY WORKING LIVING AND ACHIEVING. NOT REPEATEDLY IN AND OUT EXISTING ON DRUG.

    THE WINDRUSH FIASCO SHOULD PROVE A GREATER IMPACT ON WHY YOU MUST INSIST THAT THE BANK OF ENGLAND MAKES THIS PAYOUT THROUGH THE AFRICAN DESCENDANTS TAXPAYERS SYSTEM.
    THOSE ALREADY DEAD CAN BE CARRIED OVER TO THEIR DESCENDANTS OR INSTEAD PLACED IN THE AFRICANS MIDDLE PASSAGE CO-OPERATIVE ACCOUNT.
    EACH COUNTRY INVOLVED IN THE ENSLAVEMENT OF AFRICAN PEOPLE MUST RECIPROCATE THE EXACT SAME PROCEDURES.

    THE BANKS INVOLVED HAVE ALREADY AGREED IN PRINCIPLE OF THEIR PART IN THIS ATROCITIES AND ARE READY TO PAY OUT TO A GROUP WHO WILL SHARE OUT AT WILL .?
    THE AFRICAN DESCENDANTS TAX ID UNIQUE NUMBER IDENTIFY THEM. PLUS THEIR BANK DETAILS UNLESS UNDER 18. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY BIRTH CERTIFICATE.
    THE REGISTRATION OFFICE CONFIRM YOUR INFORMATION.
    YOU SHOULD BE AWARE THAT DOCUMENTATION OF YOUR EXISTENCE AS PROOF OF YOUR AFRICA-NESS SHOULD BE YOUR FEATURES 😂.AND COLOUR 😹
    AMERICANS, SHOULDN’T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS IDENTIFYING THEMSELVES AFTER ALL THOSE HISTORIANS WERE INVOLVED IN THE MAINTENANCE OF SAFEGUARDING OUR HISTORY MINUS THEIR TRUE PURPOSE.

    RETURN OF ALL OUR KNOWN PROPERTIES ARTEFACTS IN MUSEUMS AND PRIVATE HOMES SHOULD BE RETURNED.
    THOSE PROPERTIES AND LAND OWNED BY SLAVES TRADERS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS SHOULD BE VALUED AND A PERCENTAGE OF MONEY BE PLACED IN THE GLOBAL AFRICAN MIDDLE PASSAGE CO-OPERATIVE ACCOUNT., ON A MONTHLY BASIS.
    THE IMF SHOULD RETURN ALL THE AFRICAN DESCENDANTS MONEY PAID TO THEM TO MAINTAIN THE EUROPEANS.

    THE AFRICAN WAY FORWARD IS TO ENSURE ALL AFRICANS ALL OVER THE WORLD BE ABLE TO HAVE A DOCUMENT OF EACH INDIVIDUAL OWNING THEIR OWN PROPERTY AND A CHOICE OF WHICH COUNTRY THEY WISH TO VISIT. NO RESTRICTIONS.
    POVERTY SHOULD BE A THING OF THE PAST WHERE AFRICANS ARE CONCERNED.

    SOUTH AFRICANS AFRICAN DESCENDANTS SHOULD BE GIVEN LAND AND HOMES WITH MODERN FACILITIES.
    NO MORE SHANTY TOWNSHIPS
    THE SAME TAX SYSTEM USED SHOULD BE ABOLISHED FOR THEM INSTEAD THEY SHOULD BE PAID A MONTHLY SUM OF £4000 INTO THEIR ACCOUNT AND THEIR ELDERLY DESCENDANTS SHOULD BE PROVIDED WUTH ELDERLY HOMES IN EACH COMMUNITIES.
    THE INFRASTRUCTURES WILL IMPROVE FROM THE IMF FUNDS ALONG WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FUNDS PAID OUT IN THE COMMUNITY. CATHOLIC CHURCH LAND AND PROPERTIES SHOULD BE VALUED AND A PERCENTAGE BE PAID OUT TO THE GLOBAL AFRICAN MIDDLE PASSAGE CO-OPERATIVE ACCOUNT.
    ALL AFRICANS SHOULD HOLD SHARES IN THIS ACCOUNT AND APPOINT ONE INDIVIDUALS FROM THEIR COMMUNITIES AS THEIR SPOKESPERSON.

    JUST A LITTLE REMINDER THAT SOME OF US ARE AWAKE.
    After all 2022 IS THE GREAT AWAKENING

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  4. Wonderful letter.
    Another piece of human rights abuse is to have left the buggery law on the statute – licencing 10 years hard labour and colonisers introducing homophobia to these islands.
    Raparations are truly needed.
    Dirg Aaab-Richards
    Human Rights activist
    Community and Youth Worker
    working with seniors in Lambeth.

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  6. As a Jamaican I see no reason for a visit from the royal family your curse is what as lead to the hardships of Jamaican families we have no queen and no king we only believe in the Almighty God not you thicker and wickedness to our people for all the years of slavery no compensation what then is your purpose of coming give us what is due to us each family need to be compensated no visit until this is done

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  7. Reblogged this on Barrelblog and commented:
    …this passionate declaration of intent says all that needs to be said about the very ill-advised recent travels of William Windsor and his partner, trying to shore up the Family’s business reputation at the very scene of the crimes against humanity that the Family both precipitated and prolonged and for so long profited from…👏👏

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  8. Slavery ended in 1830s. Jamaica and Haiti still ass broke in 2022. I don’t think William and Kate your problem.

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  9. Very well written and sadly oh so true Apologise is not enough some funds generated to help those in need in Jamaica would be a good starting point.

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  10. Brilliant!

    On Sun, Mar 20, 2022 at 10:33 PM Petchary’s Blog wrote:

    > petchary posted: ” I am sharing below the Advocates Network’s Open Letter > to William and Kate, who bear the titles “The Duke and Duchess of > Cambridge.” The letter is signed by 100 individuals (including myself) and > organizations. The royal couple will arrive in Jamaica on ” >

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