"As Jamaica celebrates 40 years of independence, the BBC Two programme, Blood and Fire, examines the struggles involved. Here, leading theologian and academic Dr Robert Beckford, who presents the programme, argues that Britain must re-examine its own role in the process. Independence movement The programme traces the rise of the independence movement in Jamaica in the late 1930 to full independence in 1961. Controversially, the programme questions the political and philosophical basis of independence through an examination of neo-colonialism. On one level Jamaicans continued to be economically and politically exploited by larger and more economically advanced nations as soon as the Union flag was taken down and the green, gold and black flag of Jamaica raised in its place. Jamaica's history demonstrates we can't talk about the "end of empire" without acknowledging how the empire lives on in a variety of benign and malignant forms."
Via María Margarita Flores Collazo
The campaign, entitled “Get All Right,” features an engineer playing a remix of “One Love” performed by Jamaican musicians Bass Over Babylon, intercut with shots of tourists enjoying the attractions of the tropical destination. "The Jamaica Tourist Board invites you to #visitjamaica and #getallright"
Via Julien Dos Reis Pedro
Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, The Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, unveiled Jamaica’s exciting new brand identity in London at leading travel industry event World Travel Market 2013. World Travel Market was chosen for the global trade launch of Jamaica’s new brand identity, ‘JAMAICA - Get All Right’, and replaces the previous brand campaign, ‘JAMAICA - Once you go you know’.
Via Julien Dos Reis Pedro
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