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Film industry loses billions - 'One-night stand ... - Jamaica Gleaner

Film industry loses billions - 'One-night stand ... - Jamaica Gleaner | What's Up In Jamaica | Scoop.it
One of Jamaica's most prolific filmmakers, Lennie Little-White, has called the country's film industry a one-night stand. "There is no long-term planning, with an umbrella perspective. No parallel consciousness to think long term ...
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A stalwart Jamaican citizen - Jamaica Observer

A stalwart Jamaican citizen - Jamaica Observer | What's Up In Jamaica | Scoop.it
A stalwart Jamaican citizen Jamaica Observer THE late Keith Stafford Francis, a justice of the peace, agriculturist, and active community leader who had the singular distinction as the chairman of Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) to lead...
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Gay protesters heckle Portia on exit from UN Assembly - Go Jamaica

Gay protesters heckle Portia on exit from UN Assembly - Go Jamaica | What's Up In Jamaica | Scoop.it
Gay protesters heckle Portia on exit from UN Assembly
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In 2011 Simpson Miller, then the Opposition Leader, promised a conscience vote in Parliament on whether to repeal Jamaica's anti-gay laws, but that is yet to happen.
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Humber faculty take their skills to Jamaica

Humber faculty take their skills to Jamaica | What's Up In Jamaica | Scoop.it
Five Humber Early Childhood Education faculty members took part last spring in a humanitarian trip to Jamaica called Students Crossing..
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Inner-city youth get training in animation - News - Jamaica Gleaner - Friday | September 27, 2013

Inner-city youth get training in animation - News - Jamaica Gleaner - Friday | September 27, 2013 | What's Up In Jamaica | Scoop.it
The gate has been opened for 15 inner-city youth to unleash their potential in the global animation industry, which is currently valued at more than US$200 billion.These youth are taking part in the Girls' Town Professional Development Institute...
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