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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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Debbie M. Schell - Principal/Member. B.S., DePaul University; J.D., Southern Illinois University School of Law. Extensive experience in labor and employment law. International focus is on immigration law, U.S. citizenship law,... more

Dale was born in Trinidad but has made Jamaica her new home. Dale has been living in Kingston, Jamaica for the last three and a half years and recently co-authored the " Trinidadian Executive in Jamaica," a Framework Consulting... more

They are intuitive, known to most as Psychics, Reiki masters/teachers, Channelers, Meduims, working with the Chakras. Pendulums and teachers of the Metaphysics. www.ThespiritualHeart.com

Jamaica for Sale -the movie, takes a sharp look at the environmental, economic, and social impacts of tourism www.JamaicaForSale.net

Margaret Marshall discusses her formative years growing up in Jamaica before their independence from England. Visit http://www.backyardlabrish.com

Discussion of Marcus Garvey and his relevance to the world

Toniette Wheatle is the founder of Wheatle Peart, which is a social consulting business. www.WheatlePeart.com Shonika Proctor is founder of Group Interactive & Renegade. www.renegadeceos.com Alphonso Roundtree is former... more

A fascinating exposé of Florida's sugar cane industry guest worker program Winner of the Grand Jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival, H-2 WORKER reveals the systematic exploitation of Jamaican laborers... more

Dennis Chung is the author of "Charting Jamaica's Economic and Social Development - A much needed paradigm shift" and a founder of www.mindyuhbusiness.com. His blog is dcjottings.blogspot.com

Jamaican entrepreneur who is impacting the baking industry visit www.MyShereseSweets.com

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