She Speaks: Diverse, Vibrant and Ultimately Satisfying

July 8th, 2019

I was honoured and happy to speak at a recent event simply headlined “She Speaks.” There were seven of us, brought together through the efforts of public relations consultant Antoinette Campbell. We were there to… Read more

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“The End of the World Is Nigh”

July 1st, 2019

This was the message on a placard that a man on our London high street used to carry. Or rather, it hung around his neck as he shuffled along, head down. He was a… Read more

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Are We a Nation of Hustlers?

June 5th, 2019

I was watching prime time television the other evening when an ad that I had not seen before popped up. It was from a well-known telecoms firm, and it made me stop and think. The… Read more

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Animals Behind Bars: Why Make Their Lives Even Harder?

May 31st, 2019

I have always had issues with zoos. As a young girl, I found myself gazing into the sad eyes of a lonely silverback lowland gorilla at London Zoo. It is a vivid memory. He… Read more

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Youth Activism Is Alive and Well – If Given the Chance

May 16th, 2019

Our Jamaican youth often get a “bad rap.” Many Jamaicans believe they are lazy and self-centered. Millennials, in particular (slightly older) are seen as shallow and obsessed with material things. Jamaican adults often put young people… Read more

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Clean Kingston Harbour?

May 11th, 2019

Why the question mark? Because I wonder if a clean Kingston Harbour is possible. An exclamation mark might be more optimistic. Let’s order people to get together and make it happen! However, the topic… Read more

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