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Jamaica-Leaving-A-Legacy-School in the Fifties

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Here in the Backyard we know there are perhaps millions of Jamaicans and their descendants scattered all over the world, with good and positive memories of growing up on the Island back-in-the-days. Therefore, it brings us great pleasure to welcome new guests that will add their personal stories. In all cases these stories always trigger good memories of our youth, as we listen to the weekly "labrish". Our first time guest Cecelia Smith was born and raised in Kingston. She migrated to the US in 1966, and has travelled extensively living in Europe and Africa and is now semi-retired from Corporate America. She will be labrishing about "School Days" in the fifties. And ah yes, she remembers it well. Cecelia is the author of five books, the latest of which is A Different Light. Come join the labrish as we continue to Celebrate, Enlighten & Preserve the rich culture of Jamaica . “Land We Love”

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