WHO

  • Jamaica’s Challenge: Finding An Effective COVID Communication Balance

    During the first seven months of 2020, I did not personally know anyone who had COVID-19 and therefore I was unaware of persons known to me who had died. Since mid-August, I am up to a count of ten persons who have died that I knew. We have had...
  • Local and Global, Us and Them

    Together, we are groping our way through a time of unprecedented anxiety, distress, and uncertainty. Anxiety in the face of a potentially deadly disease that so far has no antidote. Distress at the suffering it has provoked all round. Uncertainty as to what will follow: when and in what...
  • Blacks as lab rats? No way

    Millions of white people have throughout history, maintained that they are the ‘chosen ones,’ and that blacks are not fully human.  Not only have they promoted this by any means possible over the centuries, but even more disgracefully, they have even successfully co-opted religion to promote this evil doctrine. For, from...