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Pride will progress to power. Our shows are dedicated to Jamaicans on the island, in the Diaspora, and all progressive people who would like to learn more about us. We seek to inspire our audience by featuring interesting people. Please send us your ideas regarding issues affecting our community that you would like us to feature. Up Up you mighty race! -Marcus Garvey- Enjoy the culture, flavor and feeling!

On-Demand Episodes

Author of Jamaican Entrepreneurship: A review of the Characteristics, Traits and Ideas underlying the success of some of the island's most accomplished entrepreneurs. Visit www.GlenLaman.com

October is Black history month in the UK Faheemah Luqman is a keen Permaculturist in training and founder of Blue Paradise Farms, an emergent Permaculture resort-cum-educational facility in Westmoreland, Jamaica.... more

This autobiographical book is the story of the author's experience as a young immigrant from Jamaica. The author details her journey of homelessness after being kicked out of her mother's house. Her journey as a homeless teen on the... more

Steven Smith is an entrepreneur and an active participant in protecting the Goad Islands in Jamaica. Visit: http://www.noportongoatisland.com

Paul represented Jamaica in the 1960 Olympics and he is currently an author. Visit: WWW.JAMAICASTORIES.COM WWW.SOMETIMESJAMAICA.COM

Dr Basil K. Bryan served on the facility of Howard University between 1981 and 1991. Basil then became deputy ambassador at the Jamaican embassy in Washington Dc between 1991 to1998; after that, Bryan was consul general to... more

March is women history month. Hannah Lowe is a writer, who from London and is of Jamaican ancestry. www.HannahLowe.org

Richard Blackford is a man blessed with many talents. He is known as one of the leading Jamaican realism painters and a writer. http://www.richardhblackford.com

Opal Palmer Adisa is a writer of both poetry and prose, as well as a photographer, professor/educator and cultural activist. Visit www.opalpalmeradisa.com or www.thecaribbeanwriter.org