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A visual tour of the Caribbean island of Jamaica from an episode of the travel video magazine Island Stylee. For more travel videos and to share your own, visi
Event Date: October 25, 2014 "How We Were Made Slaves and Why We Are Still Not Free" Excerpt of the explosive lecture presentation by Master Amaru Ka'Re hosted
A small virtual tour of Jamaica's colorful history in HD. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Here are our Top 7 Things to Do in Jamaica! We went in the spring of 2016. Arrived in Montego Bay and drove to Ocho Rios and then on to Negril. Here we show
Explore the island nation of Jamaica, its people and unmatched hospitality.
From its origins in the 1700s to the installation of traffic lights in 1998, here are five facts you should know about the historical Flat Bridge. Click here t
[No Livestream Today, Sorry!] 55 Facts about Jamaica, Land We Love. Today is the 55th Anniversary of Jamaica's Independence from Britain (except not entirely).
A look at the wonderful island of Jamaica!
The Jamaican Maroons are descendants of Africans who fought and escaped from slavery and established free communities in the mountainous interior of Jamaica dur
Noel Morgan, world traveler and oral historian shares some interesting facts on Ghana & Jamaica
Scores of young leaders poured into the Assembly Hall at the University of the West Indies on Thursday, April 9, 2015, to listen to the powerful and encouraging
This short documentary is about Jamaica's failing Economy. We went on the road to get Jamaican's prospective on what they felt about the economy. How they felt
I interview my dad! CLICK on the CC button to see captions of what my dad is saying translated into standard English. LINKS: T W I T T E R : https://twitter.
"Come back to Jamaica". Remember the song that John Lennon sang called "Happy christmas"..
We all know about this ONE small island that revolutionized music forever. Welcome to the Caribbean Kingpin, Jamaica! We now have a Public mailbox! Feel free
Louis and I had the most magical week in Jamaica! Swimming in the most perfect water, living in a jungle cabin, riding bobsleds and visiting Bob Marley's house
A great segment to give those of us not from Jamaica a sense of that area or neighborhood at the time.