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Pride will progress to power. We are dedicated to Jamaicans on the island, in the diaspora, members of other Caribbean communities, and all progressive people who would like to learn more about us. We seek to inspire our audience by featuring interesting people and events from the island and diaspora. Please send us your ideas regarding issues affecting our community that you would like us to feature. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamaican-diaspora/support
 
Welcome to The Voices of Jamaica Podcast. In each episode you will meet different voices from different communities across Jamaica. Listen to all the episodes to explore Jamaica in new ways - its history... people... places and culture. The Voices of Jamaica Podcast is presented by the Alpha School of Music in Kingston, Jamaica and made possible with the support of the Embassy of the United State of America. For more information about the podcast and to hear all the voices please visit the A ...
 
The Jamaican Dadz Podcast is an hour-long media production which aims to elevate of the standard of conversation about men, boys and masculinity so that we may become better fathers, husbands, coworkers, friends and people in general.It provides a safe space for men to explore a wide range of topics which are important to them.
 
#designshallsavetheworld The Jamaica Design Association is a professional community of Jamaican designers of all disciplines. Graphic, user, culinary, architectural, sound, video, audio, web, the list goes on. We want to highlight the designers of our past, present and possibly the future. Exploring how design can solve problems in our society.
 
Are you a young professional in Jamaica? Then tune in to #PepTalk, an unscripted, unfiltered podcast helping Young Professionals (YPs) to navigate: 💼 Corporate Jamaica 💲Finances 👫Relationships Young professionals often share the same experiences in the world of work. Join sisters, Stacey-Ann Steele, LLB and Donna-Neisha Steele, M.Ed as they look at the issues facing young professionals in the working world in Jamaica in their podcast #PepTalk. Follow us on FB and IG: @peptalkpodcastja
 
Good News Jamaica Communications (GNJ) is a trailblazing, multi-platform media house that produces, promotes and distributes only positive, development-facilitating stories about the country and people of Jamaica - globally - 24 hours a day. We generate a continuously positive information feed having a Jamaican focus. Our bold and holistic approach to media - ultimately taking the form of Blogging, Podcasting, YouTube Channel and Theatre - is commercially-viable and will foster increased lev ...
 
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On this podcast we talk about all things Jamaican with a new perspective, we dive into current affairs, life as a youth in Jamaica and everything surrounding, nothing is too gritty, as a matter of fact we don't mind the dirt. We Channie and Connie the creators are best friends and we like to chat, like 6 minute voice notes and lengthy paragraphs. So when we say pull up, let's chat you know you are in for it! jamaicafluent@gmail.com
 
The Jamaican Creole Audio Drama New Testament (BSW) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely throug ...
 
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!
 
Who doesn’t harbor thoughts of living the life of their dreams? "Jamaican Girl Abroad" is a bi-monthly podcast about travel, dream-chasing and living on purpose. Digital Nomad Anna Sarayna pulls content from her travel blog and Instagram feed as inspiration for the podcast. She sprinkles in insights on traveling solo as a Caribbean woman, earning a living as a minority digital nomad, and offers travel tips and advice for those looking to plan a trip of their own. If you’ve ever dreamed of tr ...
 
We have moved to SOUNDCLOUD at: soundcloud.com/jaway-665380859 Jamaica Way Podcast: We feature Reggae, Ska, Mento, Rocksteady, Kaiso, Dancehall, and Roots music. This is the podcast version on a radio program from WRUW called "Night of the Living Dread." Check out the weekly radio program at WRUW.org (search for "Night of the living Dread" on Friday & download it!) Also see the many YouTube video interviews at YouTube under the channel: Jamaica809 -You Won't be disappointed!
 
From that little island in the Caribbean comes two truth-seeking millennial thinkers revered for their opinionated views of everything involving western society. Light a J, sip some tea, or listen while you work with episodes dropping every week as Easie and Chen shout out social sensations and encourage zemblanity [the inevitable discovery of what we would rather not know] all on a journey to self betterment. If you're not Jamaican you may even learn a thing or two (because we don't say "ya ...
 
Jamaicans might have the most stereotyped culture inside of media. I dive in to break down some misconceptions I often see in the media. I myself not being from Jamaica, most of what I know about the country comes from media. As a kid everything is fun and games when it comes to enjoying stereotypes of other cultures in media, but as an adult I want to make sure I understand what I’m indulging in. I don’t think it is right to stereotype cultures in media. Media content, in my opinion, is alw ...
 
The small island of Jamaica has forged a new type of empire, an intangible realm of which there are no physical monuments. There is no official political or economic sphere of Jamaican influence but when it comes to popular culture its global reach is immense, far exceeding the reasonable expectation for a nation of just over 2.7 million people. For a nation that gained independence from the British only 50 years ago, Jamaicans have left their mark on music, sport, style and language around ...
 
On a weekly basis, I will seek to discuss various information technology issues and news with my listeners. I will take into account old, present and new technology as part of the discussion as I disseminate my perspective and take on the technology available. Please do not hesitate to cast me an email at ianseymour0@gmail.com or information@thefiletrunk.com to express your views, give reviews or even ideas that you would like to hear me speak on. Thanking you all in advance for the support ...
 
In Jamaican Language (Dialect) Listeners Call (347) 934-0767 Live Distance Healings, Guided Meditations, Didgeridoo, Psychic Intro, Enlightenment, Past Lives, and more. White Jamaican Healer, Master of Duality and Kyat Practitioner has a Great Gift to bring to you; Enlightenment by the use of Conscious Conversation. Kyat is originally an organization of Philosophers and Healing Arts Practitioners from the deep jungles of the Caribbean islands. Kept a Secret over the ages by a deep philosophi ...
 
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At one time or another, you may have had a credit union account because you were employed by an organization that facilitated salary deduction which made it easy for you to make your regular contribution as you save towards your goals. But beyond that, what do you know about the potential of the credit union? ...to give a fulsome picture of how the…
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending January 21, 2022. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
In just 4 short years Jamaican born model Chaniel Andran launched a successful career in fashion photography working with top talent and agencies such as IMG models, New York models, Wilhelmina Models and LA models just to name a few and have also shot editorials for no fewer than 10 publications. What makes his story even more amazing is the fact …
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending January 14, 2022. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
This is a Podcast of the Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Summary for the week ending January 7, 2022. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending December 31, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending December 24, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
We present to you with another TOP 5. We discussed our favorite Dancehall riddim and its impact on us growing up. This was maybe the hardest top 5 for us because there are so many great Dancehall riddims to choose from. Let's know what you think about our Top 5 riddim. #jamaicanstateofmind https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/ https://t…
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending December 17, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
On November 26, 2021, the hosts of the Voices of Jamaica podcast met for the first time in a roundtable discussion convened by Zahra Henry. Hear from Breadlockx, Tameika, Demario, Damian, Melville, Kavelle, Russell, Saundrie, Waldane and Natalia as they discuss the communities featured in their podcasts as well as their podcast experience - from id…
 
Echo Chamber hosts, Melville Cooke and Tanya Batson-Savage, invite four of Jamaica’s living cultural luminaries, Professor Mervyn Morris, Owen Ellis, M’Bala and Nadine Sutherland, to share their personal perspective on four of Jamaica's most significant writers who have transitioned - singer/songwriter Peter Tosh and poets Louise Bennet -Coverly, M…
 
Russell Thompson and friends, Joshua Paul and Saeed Thomas, draw on their experience in filmmaking, from start-up to the big screen, in a wide ranging conversation between ‘reel friends’ about the industry and how Jamaica is really the perfect place to make a movie.
 
Waldane Walker speaks with Mr. Richard Derby from the Manchioneal Cultural Group out of the parish of Portland, Jamaica. Through discussion about this endangered Jamaican traditional form, Walker highlights the history and significance of Bruckins, and by extension, community art forms island wide. Walker and Derby finish with a call to action for …
 
Out of many, one people; Jamaica is a delightful melting pot, rich in culture and strong heritage that began with the original people, the Tainos. Tameika Hutchinson takes us into the heart of Contemporary Taino Culture in Jamaica by speaking with a member of the Jamaican Taino Community, Erica Neeganagwedgin. Erica and Tameika discuss ancestry, he…
 
In this episode, Peter ‘BreadlockX’ Harvey explores the historical and contemporary Rastafarian community at Bob Marley Beach in East St. Andrew featuring elder Vince "Macka" Thomas. The Bob Marley Beach Experience reveals how the community has played a significant role in the development of Jamaica's musical culture while preserving and experienci…
 
Host Damian Scarlett gives youth the chance to share their voices on the challenges and opportunities of life during the pandemic. Jahvoughn Francis and Trishana Burgher, both from the community of Marverly in Kingston, discuss their top ‘pande-opportunities’ and offer a youth-centred framework for their peers across Jamaica.…
 
Host Natalia Whyte welcomes four dancers of different backgrounds for a deep dive into dance culture through lived experience. Featuring outstanding dancers Kimiko Miller aka Kimiko Versatile, Careen Walton, Steven Cornwall, and Dancehall Wazzy, the discussion tackles education, career development, mental and physical challenges as well as lessons …
 
Demario Livermore reveals the fundamental elements of authentic Kumina culture which is primarily practiced in the parish of St Thomas, what the culture represents and how it has influenced Jamaican culture and society. Mr Livermore also speaks with Linval Walker, based in the community of Bath, St Thomas and who has practiced and taught Kumina dru…
 
Lending creative storytelling, career guidance and, of course, science, host Kavelle Hylton puts STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) literacy in Jamaica under the microscope. In this episode, STEM ambassador, Ms. Desan Watson, reveals how she became fluent in applying science to a variety of fields, from education to wellness to creati…
 
Saundrie Shaw visits the site of the Kendal train crash in the parish of Manchester and speaks with community members who were there or have been affected by the crash. While the crash happened more than 50 years ago, we learn how memories of this tragic event survive just below the surface of everyday life and continue to shape the community as we…
 
Up until recent decades when behavioral economics has led to renewed attention to emotion and subjectivity, subjective approaches such as hope, peace and love were not seen as good fits when having dialogue about the economy. Rather, there was much more focus on rationality, self-interests and other objective benchmarks. The effects of hope are pos…
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending December 10, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
According to psychiatrictimes.com. "A new Lancet Commission report on mental health said that mental disorders are on the rise in every country in the world and will cost the global economy $16 trillion by 2030...“Mental health is often neglected and underfunded, even though nearly 2 billion people suffer from mental illness every year...As young p…
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending December 3, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
In the words of Bob Marley, "One good thing about music, when it hits you feel no pain." We know that music has several benefits including improving mood, decreasing pain and anxiety, and facilitating opportunities for emotional expression. Over the years, countless research suggests that music is good for our physical and mental health in numerous…
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending November 26, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
We are back and with our first Top 5 episode. In this episode we discuss our Top 5 Favorite Dancehall Artists and why they are in our Top 5. Check out and let us know if it's solid or not or we still living in the past. Listen and enjoy. Please remember to like, subscribe, follow and comment. https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/ https:…
 
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Countries, companies and constituents all aspire to achieve development. Oftentimes, this comes at the expense of putting our future generations at risk. The question is, does development really occur if what we do doesn't leave the world better than we found it? Is it worth it if our actions leave our planet in distress? Does the end justify the m…
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending November 19, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
When dealing with finance, a listing is simply a company's shares being on the list of stocks that are formally traded on a stock exchange. In other words, it is an official admission of a company's securities to a trading platform and in this instance, the Jamaica Stock Exchange. So what are the benefits and just what does a company need to do to …
 
Listen to the 7 Jamaica & Caribbean News items you may have missed for the week ending November 12 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com. For past Jamaica & Caribbean Weekly News Podcasts please visit https://www.youtube.com/outofmanyonline
 
In a 2018 bloomberg.com article, it states, "It doesn’t take much investment to make a tiny market boom, and the total value of the 37 stocks in the main Jamaica index is less than $11 billion, smaller than the valuation of Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc." But does size really matter and how can we work with our neighbours in ensuring that we create a …
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending November 5, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
Have you been finding value in the information we've been sharing? Great, there is much more in store for you. Last week we looked at "Rationalizing your portfolio in a pandemic" where Shelly-Ann Morgan from Sagicor fed us with insight into what goes into rationalizing, evaluating and thoughts about diversification for your overall investment portf…
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending October 29, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
As the world sits by wondering if we are all having a bad dream and hoping to wake from it post haste, we are forced to face the consequences of a pandemic which doesn't seem to have an end in sight. One of the main areas that has taken a huge hit from its wrath, is our finances. As an investor, no doubt you have had to take a good look at the asse…
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending October 22, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/new
 
Many of us get intimidated by the mere thought of investing because we don't think that we know enough to even begin. Then there are the terms and jargons that we hear banded about that we have no clue what exactly others are talking about. Two of these terms and abbreviations are IPOs and APOs. Well, Terise Kettle, VP, Investment Banking - Barita …
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending October 15, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
It's Season 3 of “The Jamaica Stock Exchange & You Podcast,” and I am your host, I'm Heneka Watkis-Porter. Time can go by so quickly because it seems like just yesterday that we launched this podcast and here is Season 3. Anyways, The Jamaica Stock Exchange is the principal stock exchange of Jamaica and is one of the largest stock exchanges in the …
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending October 8, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news Click: “Save & Continue”…
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending October 1, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
At just 31 Robin Johnson has carved out a solid career for herself as the go to person for finding, nurturing and 'putting on' talent. Having worked at 3 of arguably the biggest tech companies in the world (Uber, Apple and now Netflix), she has positioned herself to become a bridge for black creatives who traditionally have been excluded from these…
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending September 24, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
This is a Podcast of the 7 Jamaican & Caribbean News items for the week ending September 17, 2021. The JAMAICA WEEKLY News Summary Podcast is brought to you by Jamaicans.com . For more stories from this week’s Jamaican/Caribbean Weekly News Summary please visit - http://www.jamaicans.com/news
 
This one is a bonus! Enjoy this mix while we work on some episodes. This is an early 2000's dancehall mix with some of my favorite riddims and artists. . . The following riddims are included in the Mix in order; Buy out Riddim, Chiney Gal Riddim, Energy Riddim, Hurricane Riddim, Headache 2 Riddim, Heavy Metal Riddim, Kiki Riddim, Egyptian Riddim, a…
 
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