Eve For Life Says: Protect Our Women and Children! #nuhguhdeh


Eve for Life has continuously worked with Jamaica’s most vulnerable young women and girls – those who are already mothers, many HIV-positive. This is Eve’s press release on the murder of Mickolle Moulton on Independence Day morning. The bold font is my own. August 9, 2017 Eve For Life, an organisation which works to meet the … More Eve For Life Says: Protect Our Women and Children! #nuhguhdeh

51% Coalition Speaks Out on the Murder of Mickolle Moulton


What a strange and difficult week it has been. In the early hours of Independence Day, gunmen fired on two girls (sisters, aged seventeen and twelve) as they slept, pushing their guns through a louver window, in the inner city area of Arnett Gardens. The seventeen year-old, Mickolle Moulton, is dead and her sister is … More 51% Coalition Speaks Out on the Murder of Mickolle Moulton

JFJ Concerned By Plan to Abolish Right to Trial By Jury in Certain Murder Cases Without Consultation


I heard something about this in the news the other day, and thought it was someone in Government just “flying a kite.” I didn’t know we were supposed to regard this as the government’s serious and considered plan. So when this press release from Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) landed in my inbox yesterday, I was … More JFJ Concerned By Plan to Abolish Right to Trial By Jury in Certain Murder Cases Without Consultation

Standing on the Shoulders of Miss Lou and Our Elders: Blog Post by Dr. Anne C. Bailey


Emancipation Day and Independence Day are just around the corner now, and I thought it was appropriate to share this blog post from Dr. Anne C. Bailey, a Jamaican-born writer, historian, and professor of History and Africana Studies at SUNY Binghamton (State University of New York). As her blog notes, “Dr. Bailey is committed to a … More Standing on the Shoulders of Miss Lou and Our Elders: Blog Post by Dr. Anne C. Bailey