Tim Lockley, Professor of History and Director of the Humanities Research Centre at the University of Warwick, UK, and Associate Editor of Slavery & Abolition is currently engaged in a research project on the West India Regiments: black soldiers recruited to fight in the British Army in the Caribbean. Continue Reading →
In the film, “King of the Dancehall,” Nick Cannon plays a young New Yorker who moves to Jamaica and integrates himself into the local dance scene. Continue Reading →
The colorful mural, which is currently in the Community Education Center’s gym being assembled, depicts the flags from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Jamaica and several of the countries included in President Trump’s travel ban list. Continue Reading →
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