August 04, 2022
We see extreme weather daily around the globe. We feel it in Jamaica with hotter summers, beach erosion, decreasing rainfall and drought. Heatwaves, fires, floods and hurricanes are increasingly severe and more people around the world will die as a result. The elderly and those at risk are most...
May 06, 2022
Fae Ellington said it at the start of the show where she was the MC. Basil Dawkins said it at the end of the play he wrote. Theatre is back and the stage is alive again. Fae shared the pain the industry suffered under Covid-19. Basil said he went numb when the theatres went silent.  Now...
March 21, 2022
A few weeks ago we read an article about the longstanding, far reaching,  but rarely discussed issue that millions of teenage girls (and women) face – Period Poverty. Period poverty is the inability to afford sanitary napkins. A recent study shows that one in ten girls in Central...
February 16, 2022
Today, it’s not just youth who find playing video games useful. The pandemic forced many adults to seek escape from harsh realities, like movement restrictions and the ways we entertain ourselves. Games have become an essential distraction since Covid-19 hit us.  Now many of us have...
January 21, 2022
After long vacations or breaks, parents often find it hard to get their children back into the school routine. Many students experience sleep issues, can’t finish homework, or can’t focus in class. Now that the pandemic has kept most students out of physical school for nearly two years...