🌹🇯🇲HAPPY 60th ANNIVERSARY JAMAICA🇯🇲🌹


“OUT OF MANY, ONE PEOPLE”
“Have We Forgotten?”

“As with anywhere in the world, Jamaica has been overridden with gruesome crimes. What is really going on in Jamaica? It’s a heavy heart, in which I think of the land of my parents birth. I almost wasn’t going to share this post, as it sat in my draft section, untouched. For, long-gone is the Jamaica I knew. Then it hit me!…”

This powerful design by artist Jeff Bartels features the flag of Jamaica painted on to a clenched fist.

JAMAICAN’S WE DON’T GIVE-UP NAR GIVE-IN!
Legendary Jamaican Singer Chronixx

Jamaica is not an island only filled with “Di wicked an bad people dem.” Like anywhere else, there’s still good in this likkle place. It simply needs to be remembered, found, and redistributed. Jamaica maybe down? But don’t count dem out! Jamaicans NEVER give-up and are a resilient, inventive, and creative people. They have to stand-up, purge, and clean the island. It won’t be easy, it will come at a cost, but it’s something that must be done, for the betterment of the island, people, and humanity on a whole.“MI SEH – RISE-UP JAMAICA! DI TIME IS NOW!”

Queen Nanny of the Maroons https://jamaicans.com/queennanny/
Jamaica’s Famous 7
Jamaican Activist – Marcus Mosiah Garvey https://www.britannica.com/biography/Marcus-Garvey
Legendary Poet Louise Bennett-Coverley (Miss Lou) https://louisebennett.com/
Poet Claude McKay https://youtu.be/VNwmCifsMNs

Lub Yuh Jamaica – All Di While

🎉HAPPY 60th ANNIVERSARY MI LOVE🎉




JAMAICAN FOOD

Design By Creative Sol Jamaica’s National Sound
Legendary Singer Bob Marley

Chronixx & Koffee
https://youtu.be/VNwmCifsMNs



Jamaica’s National Flower – The Hibiscus / Lignum Vitae https://opm.gov.jm/symbols/national-flower-lignum-vitae/

Jamaica’s National Bird – The doctor bird or swallow tail humming bird (Trochilus Polytmus) https://opm.gov.jm/symbols/national-bird-the-doctor-bird/



Jamaican Patois, also known as Patwa and Jamaican Creole, Arawakan, which is spoken by the Aboriginal population known as the Taino people, Kromanti speakers who are largely descendants of the Maroons of Moore Town, Jamaican Sign Language has roughly 7,500 speakers, which is by and large considered a dialect of American Sign Language, and there are approximately 40 speakers of Konchri Sain, otherwise known as Jamaican Country Sign Language.

There are also immigrant populations scattered throughout Jamaica who speak Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic. https://www.babbel.com/en/magazine/what-language-do-jamaicans-speak

“Jamaica, Land Of Wood & Water”


JAMAICA’S NATIONAL ANTHEM

“OUT OF MANY, ONE PEOPLE” – HAPPY 60TH ANNIVERSARY JAMAICA – LOVE YOU

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