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This Is Jamaica (&caribbean)

Making Jamaica is an exhibition that explores the & image& of the country created through photography in the late nineteenth century. More than 70 historical photographs, lantern slides and stereo.

Masqueraders in last year's New York Caribbean Carnival Parade along Eastern Parkway.

Masqueraders in last year's New York Caribbean Carnival Parade along Eastern Parkway.

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" Unknown photographer, c. Photo courtesy of Caribbean Photo Archive/Autograph ABP.

Once an outpost of international glamour, Port Antonio is now getting its groove back. The Jolly Boys, one of the island's oldest bands, were there at the start. Patrick Neate joins them for rum, reggae and reminiscences

Lambs Breath • Women and child wearing kotomisi. Suriname

Please click and scroll, listen to spoken word artist Zulile Blinker performing 'Kotomisi'!

Making Jamaica: Photography from the 1890s  | Autograph ABP

Making Jamaica explores how a new image of Jamaica was created through photography in the late nineteenth century. 24 Feb - 22 April at Autograph ABP, London.

Andrea Levy

Andrea Levy's Jamaica has vivid colours, but many shades of grey

how to become an art director by lotte andersen

how to become an art director by lotte andersen

Want to get into fashion, but not sure which path to take? From designers and stylists, to writers and directors, we asked a few i-D friends and family how they made their fashion dreams a reality.

Where the world's 30 million slaves live: This is not some soft, liberal, by-modern-standards definition of slavery. This is slavery. There are 30 million people living today as forced laborers, forced prostitutes, child soldiers, child brides in forced marriages or other forms of property. There are 60,000 right here in the United States

40 more maps that explain the world

mapsontheweb: Share of each country’s population that is enslaved What percentage of your country is enslaved?

Meet the dynamic Black women responsible for keeping President Obama's administration running.

29 Powerful Black Women Who Called the Shots in the Obama Administration

The African American women responsible for keeping President Obama's administration running. In this month's issue of Essence magazine.

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