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Portia Simpson Miller, original name Portia Lucretia Simpson (bornDecember 12, 1945, Wood Hall, St. Catherine parish, Jamaica) Jamaican politician who served as the country's first female prime minister (2006–07; 2012–16). She became involved in politics as a member of the liberal People's National Party (PNP) and in 1974 was elected to the city council of the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (essentially, the Kingston metropolitan area) as a representative from the Trench Town area. In 1976 she won election to the House of Representatives from the constituency of St. Andrew South Western (part of the Kingston metropolitan area); she was reelected in 1980. With the rest of her party, she sat out the 1983 general elections but retook her parliamentary seat in the 1989 elections and retained it thereafter.Simpson was parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Local Government and, later, in the Office of the Prime Minister (1977–80) during the first administration of Michael Manley. She was named Minister of Labour, Welfare, and Sports in 1989 and stayed in the cabinet for 17 years while the PNP remained in power. Her portfolio was subsequently modified to Labour and Welfare (1993–95), Labour, Social Security and Sports (1995–2000), Tourism and Sports (2000–02), and Local Government, Community Development and Sport (2002–06). During her tenure she oversaw reform of the country's overseas farmworker employment programs. She was also a noted public supporter of Jamaica's athletic teams and established the Sports Development Foundation (1995), an independent body that, among other things, supported community and school sports programs and funded the building of stadiums and playing fields. During the same period, she also rose through the PNP's ranks, serving as her party's vice president (1978–2006) and heading its Women's Movement (1983–2006).
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Marcia Aitken (born c. 1962, Hannah Town, West Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer best known for her recordings in the late 1970s, produced by Joe Gibbs along with Errol Thompson. Aitken's break into the music industry came... more

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