If you would like to hear Barbara talk about her book and more, tune in to Radio Jamaica tomorrow (Sunday, September 11) at 1:30 p.m. on Gerry McDaniel’s show “Palav,” where she will be special guest. A young, middle-class Jamaican woman, tired of the limitations of island life, arrives in London, England, to seek her … More Growing Out: Black Hair and Black Pride in the Swinging Sixties, by Barbara Blake Hannah
They do say that you should always celebrate and show your appreciation for people while they are still “trodding this Earth.” In other words, don’t take the great human beings you know for granted. Shower them with praise and love while they are still around. Not that I am expecting Jamaica’s “King of Comedy” Oliver … More Celebrating Oliver
I am a little late sharing this, but for those of you who have not yet read it – it’s a provocative read. Now, since the article was written immediately after the elections, the reference to the results in the first paragraph is now dated, as the seat count remained at 32 – 31. However, … More Portia in the Balance 2016: Opinion Piece by Joan French
It is quite amazing to realize that the 51% Coalition: Women in Partnership for Development and Empowerment through Equity is already celebrating its Second Anniversary! It seems such a short time since I last wished them a happy first birthday! I am proud to support such a dynamic and forward-thinking organization, which has made an impact on … More A Tertiary Debate on Quotas for Women’s Leadership: Tomorrow!
This morning, I was inspired and mentally energized in the best possible way, at the launch of a media campaign by Jamaica’s 51% Coalition: Women in Partnership for Development and Empowerment Through Equity, of which I have written in earlier posts. This is a project supported by UN Women. But it is more than just … More “This is How Change Happens”