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Tiffany Janice McLeggon

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in Heaven. It is important that we let our lives be a positive example to the people we encounter. Everything that I am and everything that I do should reflect the glory of God.

End the Stigma: HIV is not a Death Sentence

We can all help end HIV stigma through our words and actions in our everyday lives. We all have an important role in reducing stigma and discrimination by offering support and speaking out to correct myths and stereotypes about HIV. Let us lead others with our supportive behaviours.

World AIDS Day: The Other Dreaded Pandemic Cloaked In Fear

World AIDS Day on 1 December brings together people from around the world to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and demonstrate international solidarity in the face of this pandemic.

Celebrating International Men’s Day and Amazing Fathers

The International Men's Day forum highlighted the sacrifices and contributions that men make to the family and society. The stakeholders ensured that their hard work and diligence with building and maintaining a strong foundation did not go unrecognized.

Jamaican Hot Chocolate Tea

Jamaican Hot Chocolate Tea has the ability to make a grown man cry and smile simultaneously. No matter how many scorches one sustains, the love for the beverage keeps them going back for more.

Jamaican Sweet Potato Pudding Recipe

If you know anything about pudding then you know what is "Hell a top. Hell a bottom. and Hallelujah in the middle." It's the aptest way of describing the experience of eating a perfectly euphoric sweet potato pudding.

Priceless Jamaican Childhood Memories – Part 1

Being Jamaican isn't just a nationality. A Jamaican identifies with the experience of being Jamaican. You have to live it to understand. Every day holds the potential to change the way you think, talk and even walk. It's just a Jamaican reality that we all represent, at home and abroad. Tell us about your Jamaican experience.

Jamaican Blue Draws Recipe – aka Dukunu

In some cases, the timeless traditions of Jamaica are celebrated all year round as normal life. Eating Blue Draws is one such tradition.

Suicide Awareness Day – Preventing Suicide in A Global Pandemic

World Suicide Prevention Day is observed annually on September 10. This is done to raise awareness about suicide and the actions to prevent it. Help us to educate others by sharing this article with friends, family and loved ones. Together we have the power to make a difference and the power to save a life.

Harold Moody – Jamaican Born Physician

Have you seen today’s Google Doodle? Today's doodle celebrates Jamaican-born British doctor, racial equality campaigner, and founder of the U.K.'s first civil rights movement Dr Harold Moody.

Roxan Whilby – The Benevolent Breast Cancer Survivor

Roxan Whilby became a nurse to help people. After being diagnosed with the Big C she had to find the will to overcome, stay focused and serve.

Ashley Duffus: The Unstoppable Champion

Hailing from Portmore, St. Catherine, Ashley Duffus is a 19 years old Jamaican track and field champion. She advocates the importance of being a well-rounded individual because of its benefits such as knowing and experiencing more in life. These are the things that Ashley not only talked about but has lived. Her story is dynamic and powerful and should not be missed.

Patricia Eves-McKenzie – Catalyst for Change

The importance of gratitude and helping others are some of the lessons Mrs. Patricia Eves-McKenzie learnt along her journey. The retired master teacher is a lover of life, God and positivity. She takes pleasure in helping people realise and achieve their goals, while reminding them that it is never too late to dream.