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Olive Senior is the latest cultural icon invested as the Poet Laureate of Jamaica. The ceremony took place at King’s House, and Governor-General Sir Patrick Allen presented her. Her term runs from 2021 to 2024. Her responsibility will be to increase the spoken are across Jamaica.
Reggae Month 2021 launched with a spirited service held at the Fellowship Tabernacle. Come Ketch Di Riddim is this year’s theme. Rev. Al Miller delivered a stern message to the singers and players of music. Let them hear.
When black workers of 19th century Jamaica asserted their freedom on December 27, 1831, the Right Excellent Samuel Sharpe fueled their resolve. Our physical emancipation was built on this man’s dedication, which he carried until his last breath. Today, Jamaica celebrates the day that ended slavery.
Jamaica is on a push for gender equality across all sectors. With that in mind, the Bureau of Gender Affairs works to create opportunities for this reality.
The heart mind and soul of Jimmy Cliff felt like they were in utopia while being honoured with the naming of Jimmy Cliff Boulevard.