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This second episode of JC2701 Radio looks at the nature or resistance to oppressive social and economic regimes in Jamaica going spanning the time period from the Maroons to Rastafari. Group members discuss the role of ke figures such as the national heroes and Garvey as they explain the importance of these persons to the resistance movements in Jamaica.
On the next episode of JC2701 Radio, Group #3 will discuss the history and social impact of Jamaican music, paying close attention to whether accusations about the music promoting negative anti social values are true. Tune in and share your views in the live chatroom or call and interact with the guests live on air.
Tune in and listen to an interview with author, Dr. Glen Laman, as he discusses his new, authorative book:"Jamaican Entrepreneurship" on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 11 a.m. Learn about the characteristics, traits and ideas underlying the success of some of the island’s most accomplished entrepreneurs.
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In a roundtable discussion at the Scurv Sanctuary, a very intense and unbridled conversation took place between LanceScurv and his born Jamaican Brother-In-Law on various issues about the mentality of Black people, the Government, what a true friend really is and other compelling topics that flowed along as the conversation went down.
These types of discussions are commonplace at the Scurvin residence and is just a taste of what goes on behind those closed doors.
It was totally unscripted and unrehearsed, so let me know what your opinions are on what was spoken in this exchange. Enjoy!
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 New York from April 1998 to Sept 2007. He has received numbers awards, proclamations and citations from NY and many other states. In 2002, he was a recipient of the order of distinction (OD) from Jamaica. As an author of numerous publications, his current book is “The Jamaican: Children of God in the Promised Land.”
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 streets of Brooklyn began after being raped, resulting in a pregnancy that she did not abort.
In the first episode of the JC2701 Radio, students Johnathan, Pamela and Marissa, discuss how language attitudes took shape in Jamaica and the kinds of ways these attitudes are expressed. The panelists also compare and contrast the attitudes towards one aspect of the culture in another society.
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