In my email today ❤️
people-of-jamaica:

"Do you come to eat here?""Always!"Seen in Port Royal
people-of-jamaica:

Seen in Kingston, Jamaica.

"Bittersweet Trip to Jamaica"
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vsnotebook:

The families of more than 230 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted by Islamist insurgents more than 10 days ago say they are fast losing hope of seeing their daughters again despite government assurances they will be found.
The mass abduction of the girls watched over by government soldiers is the most devastating in a series of recent attacks on state schools – and comes as the government debates extending a year-long state of emergency across three north-eastern states from which the militants have operated for five years. On the same day as the kidnappings, a massive bombing by Boko Haram insurgents killed more than 75 commuters hundreds of miles south on the outskirts of the capital.
The girls, who were mostly between 16 and 18 years old, were rounded up at gunpoint after militants overpowered a military guard assigned to a boarding school in Chibok, in north-eastern Borno state. They had just finished their final school exams. The school was the only one still open in the area following threats and attacks by Boko Haram, whose ideology opposes both so-called western education, and particularly women’s education.
Via The Guardian
jamaicanboi49:

#bacchanaljamaica #appletoncarnival #jamaica #jamaicacarnival #Fun # #Kingston @appletonjamaica @bacchanalja
jamaicanboi49:

#jamaica #jamaicacarnival #appletoncarnival #jamaicacarnival2014 #party #cool
jamaicanboi49:

#appletoncarnival #jamaica #jamaicacarnival #kingston #jamaicacarnival2014 #bacchanal #fun #soca
the-sweet-life-ja:

Coconut Drops
Who’s going !?

neoafrican:

Pharrell Williams - Happy (Jamaica Edition)

I love this!!! 

#jamaicahappy

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Who is Annmarie Richards?

"Annmarie Richards is a Jamaican woman who has raised 32 children, but not before she came from a broken home, in a struggling community herself. She experienced first-hand what it feels like to be a forgotten victim of Jamaica’s painful economic situation. She has since devoted her life to finding homeless children, raising them as her own, and giving them new opportunities.

It’s her goal to take children off the streets and integrate them into school systems, giving them a foundation to build a wonderful life.

Annmarie has helped numerous people turn their lives around. She has provided a home to women stuck in prostitution circles, drug addicts, and others. She not only takes troubled people off the streets, but she also helps them thrive in society!”

Play it, Like it, Share it. If this video reaches 50,000 VIEWS by April 10th For Views Group will donate a computer lab to the kids Annmarie supports.

(Source: youtube.com, via jasjuliet)

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