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Jamaican Language Culture York

Jamaican Language & Culture @ York

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A radio platform set up for the students of JC2701 - Jamaican Language and Culture at York University, Toronto, to broadcast their group presentations.

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Group 4 will be discussing: 1. The early beginnings of the theatre movement in Jamaica and what it represented 2. The deliberate attempt to exclude certain classes of persons both from the stage and from the audience of theatres and... more

The presenters will discuss: 1. The early beginnings of the theatre movement in Jamaica and what it represented 2. The deliberate attempt to exclude certain classes of persons both from the stage and from the audience of theatres and... more

Group members will discuss: The role that resistance to slavery played in pre-emancipation Jamaica What was so revolutionary about the philosophy and opinions of Marcus Garvey? What can be learned from the "livity? of Rastafari... more

Jc2701 Radio returns for the second season this Thursday, July 16th at 9:00pm when members of Group 1 tackle the issue of the status and evolution of Jamaican Language Attitudes live from the JC2701 "studio" at York University.... more

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