An account of the launch of Hilary Beckles's book, Britain's Black Debt, in Jamaica Continue reading →
I came up with this nifty idea for a new series of blog [...]
So I mentioned to one or two people that I felt a little weird that everything was going so smoothly. I was getting support from the boyfriend, the parents, the boss. I had quickly identified a tenant to sublet my apartment. I had gotten my passport documents submitted without issue. It just seemed like things were working out too perfectly.
Our past abounds with moments in which music was used to lighten hard labour. Music is an indelible part of who we are as Jamaicans so it's no mystery that music played such an important role in our work/labour history. Continue reading »