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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!

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Michael Irving Phillips was born in Jamaica. Michael most recent years have been spent in a one-man production of Hot Calaloo, a newsletter about Caribbean news and views. His recent book is called: Leave the rat race to the rats. Visit... more

Danielle Russel pioneering filmmaker certainly has the talawah factor big time! Getting the film bug at the tender age of 15, she has advanced her skills in China, where she had to learn the culture and language and developed the film, ?The... more

Award winning author, Kwame MA McPherson is a prolific writer, poet, mentor and orator. www.kwamemcpherson.com or email: kwamemamcpherson@gmail.com

Patrice DaCosta Fernandez is a ten year veteran in the business of Image Consultation and personal development training. www.stooshimages.com

March is Women History month. Roy Anderson is a stunt man in Hollywood who made a film about Nanny, Jamaica's national hero. Visit https://www.facebook.com/nannythemovie

Jamaican Diaspora Radio welcomes Beverly East, who is the author of Reaper of Souls. She was recently honored at Caribbean Heritage image awards in 2015. www.Suspectsignatures.com

Karl is a PHD candidate and has a new book called: Afrika's Struggle. His Experiential Journey is the story of a young boy taken from Africa as a slave in the eighteenth century who became a world leader. www.Karl-Mitchell.com

Myrna is a visual artist and a poet and the output of both genres seem to come from nowhere- there is no planning when she picks up a brush, similarly, there is no preparation when creating poetry. Loy believes her recent book... more

Luke is a PhD student in the anthropology department at Oxford University and his doctorate explores the deportation of ex-offenders from the UK to Jamaica. Contact: luke.denoronha@gtc.ox.ac.uk

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