“Nuh Guh Deh!” Sex with young girls fuelling HIV infections in Jamaica


Readers, friends, journalists, fellow-bloggers, supporters and anyone working in this field or who is interested in learning more and getting involved, PLEASE JOIN US TOMORROW (Tuesday, November 26, 2013) at 10:00 a.m. at the offices of Eve for Life, 1A Richmond Park Avenue, Kingston 10 (near the Transport Authority offices). Eve for Life will launch … More “Nuh Guh Deh!” Sex with young girls fuelling HIV infections in Jamaica

Women’s Leadership: Transforming Self, Community and Country


U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica Pamela E. Bridgewater gave this lecture on June 6, 2013 at the University of the West Indies. I thought I would share it with you. You can also find it on the U.S. Embassy website at http://kingston.usembassy.gov/sp_06062013.html. Good evening and my thanks to the organizers of this evening’s forum: The Mona School … More Women’s Leadership: Transforming Self, Community and Country

Sunday Steam


It’s a steamy spring morning in uptown Kingston, and the revelers are warming up down the road.  The careless, jumbled confusion of the annual Jamaica Carnival (and its offshoots) fills the air.  The air is humid after several downpours that soaked the gardens of uptown yesterday.  And the sky juice vendors, hustlers and hangers-on are … More Sunday Steam