16-year-old Jamaican Rynola Fraser has been selected to participate in the Summer 2021 NASA Internship project. A former Glenmuir High School student, she is the first black female at Martin Van Buren High School to be awarded the internship.
The Jamaica National Heroes Modernization Project is underway, to provide a revitalized and relatable perspective of our National Heroes. There is a way for everyone to get involved to support telling our history through our story.
Ackee & Saltfish holds a special place in the hearts of many Jamaicans and visitors to the island. Therefore, when a National Geographic publication validates the uniqueness of this local cuisine, our hearts are warmed. Being ranked among the top 10 National Dishes, our ackee and saltfish is rocking the international charts.
The Jamaica Association of Administrative Professionals continues their quest to uplift and empower teenage mothers. Recently, they made a significant donation to the Women's Centre of Jamaica Foundation. The contribution was of much-needed supplies to assist the Centre in coping during the COVID-19 crisis.
A real hero never wears a cape or costume. We interact with heroes every single day. We now need to acknowledge them while they are still here with us. We also need to accept that, for some people, we are their heroes. Look at the people around you; are their spirits looking toward or away from you?
The reach of and power of the Jamaican culture during reggae month is unquestionable. Even during the pandemic, over 2Million people participated in Reggae Month activities. Jamaica indeed did "Tech it to dem". Brand Jamaica is relevant to the world day and night. Bravo Jamaica.
One of the most critical moments in your life is when you get to know why you are here in the first place. What did the Creator have in mind when you were a thought? This assignment, we call your 'Why'. Today, we hope you will understand that there is no science to figuring it out. There is just a need for introspection. Are you ready to know your 'why'?
The Ministry of Culture has spearheaded the annual Reggae Month celebrations, since 2008. With this intention, the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) powers the execution of the Reggae Month activities. Throughout the month of February each year, it would appear that the world paused from all of her other work, to focus on Jamaica’s musical […]