Monthly Archives: May 2012

AIDS, Aboriginals, and Jamaicans.

So, we are in Jamaica on an aboriginal initiative, but I have yet to bridge the gap between Canadian Aboriginals and Jamaicans when it comes to the fight against HIV/AIDS. The problems is, I didn’t know there was an AIDS epidemic … Continue reading

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Last Tuesday, May 15th.

I am really late and forgetful when it comes to blogging, but I meant to blog this last Tuesday about my day at The civil society Forum Conference. First off, The Civil Society Forum is a local coalition advocating for … Continue reading

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Love & Hate

Homophobia in jamaica is real, but so is hypocrisy. Many people participate in same sex acts, but will lie about it and hate the next person who is open about their sexuality out of self hatred and/or fear of judgment. … Continue reading

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Wisdom & Work

92 days. We have been in Jamaica for just little over 3 months and we are coming to the near end of our internship in June. It seems so close but feels like we have been here even shorter. Everything … Continue reading

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A Note on Homosexuality…

I apologize for not posting more often. I have a tendency to bottle up my emotions and process things internally. Blogging is a new concept to me. It’s only when I really feel compelled to spread the word that I … Continue reading

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