Nadine Muschette is a powerful representation of laser focus on a goal and going for it. She lives across the globe and waves the black, gold, and green daily, with no apology. It's part of what makes her smile every day.
Luke Williams is a gem for creating a writing competition for Jamaican youth to release their imagination. Each competitor will use their story as an escape to create a world that they control and can mold.
The aim is to tell the youth to dream big. Don't let this situation keep you from that dream. Use the time to create positive ways that will impact you for the rest of your life.
Jamaican nurses continue to be trailblazers wherever they go in the world. It’s the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife and here, at Good News Jamaica, we continue to showcase the wonderful achievements of our Jamaican nurses and this week, we feature Annesha Archyangelio. It is truly inspiring to share with our readers, the […]
Being stuck in a rut is not cool. We come up with so many 'reasons' why we just can't move on but the truth is, we just have not decided to 'move different' as Nichole McIntosh puts it.
This short motivational video is our way of reminding you just how powerful you are. You have every second of your life to make the choice to live a different life. Start with 'Yes'.
When UNESCO announced that “the reggae music of Jamaica” had been added to its list of cultural products considered worthy of recognition, it was a reflection on the fact that reggae, which grew from its roots in the backstreets and dance halls of Jamaica, is more than just popular music, but an important social and political phenomenon. Jamaica’s application […]
Know what’s inspiring? Reading about Jamaicans doing great things in their community. Know what else is inspiring? Reading how they are doing these great things. Most inspiring of all is getting to know the individual’s story of greatness. This story is about a man’s PRYDE. “Replace negative thoughts with positive ones and you’ll start having positive results”. Living by this […]
Hopefully, you have read part 1 of my blog series ‘Welcome Home’. In part 2, I talk more about celebrating identity, my cross-cultural identity as a Black British and how it’s perceived overseas. Read part 1 first then continue on to part 2. Identity Clash – Who Am I? I have never watched so much […]