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Still I Rise: Reflections on IDAHOT

International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia represents a worldwide celebration of sexual and gender diversities. The global focus this year is on youth and has created an unprecedented opportunity for activists and their allies at all levels to highlight existing initiatives and amplify their visibility. 995 more words

Social Justice

Collision of Pride

Carved from the same clay

But uniquely fashioned

Not everyone likes to see two of the same things together

But I do

Not many have felt the difference between the two… 43 more words



There is a dearth of discourse and opportunities for students to learn about human rights issues in Jamaica. This is particularly true of those sociocultural, political and legal issues that affect the rights of vulnerable and marginalised populations such as people living with HIV (PLHIV), women and girls, people living with different abilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people who experience layers of stigma and discrimination. 644 more words


We love the Same

We may be gay, but we’re no different. We love the same. We eat the same food, we bleed the same blood, and we laugh just as loud. 24 more words


Interest groups or lobby groups are essential to human, social and economic development.  Oftentimes they are the informed voices of reason, diplomacy and change. Developed nations tend to have more powerful lobby groups than do developing nations, especially smaller states. 757 more words


JFLAG "We are Jamaicans" Campaign

You’d have to be living under a rock and not care about the Jamaican gay community if you didn’t at any point in time see this ad campaign done by JFLAG. 78 more words