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Correcting what could be a false impression

On Wednesday, March 8, the National Organisation of Deported Migrants (NODM) was fully engaged — alongside Jamaica government National Security agencies and other NGOs — in receiving another batch, 32 in all, of British charter-flight deported migrants: our involuntarily returned citizens, but their presumed offenders.

Rewriting Our Stories

Morning everyone. My name is Gary Brown. I’m the organization’s Support Service Coordinator/IT Manager. Before I go off boring you with what it is that I do. I would like to extend a word of encouragement. For some of us, waking up in Jamaica is the harsh reality we have to come to grip with. I know it is not an easy thing to do. In fact,…

A Job Well Done

On Thursday, March 2nd, 2017 I was asked by Mr. Dawkins to accompany Ms. Green and Mr. Jones to Open Heart in Montego Bay to get a Mr. Roshan Hayes and transport him to Mandeville. I was briefed about a call that came in…

Bernard Headley | Déjà Vu: That UK Prison Offer

Opposition Senator Lambert Brown succeeded last Friday in putting the Government on the defensive. He questioned sharply fellow senator and Minister of Foreign Affairs Kamina Johnson Smith on what other, compromise plan(s) the Government had in place now that it has said no to the UK offer of £25 million to build for Jamaica a new maximum-security prison, which…

How to Start?

How to start… Well, let’s see if I can start from the beginning. My mom once told me that I was conceived after she was taunting my dad that he was afraid of women. See they were going steady for quite some time but had never been intimate. My dad was sixteen and my mom was fifteen…

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