JNA is an exhibitor at the October 29th Jamaica Fest at OASMeet and greet with Us!We will offer treats and exciting giveawaysStop by to learn about JNA and our upcoming
JNA Successfully Supports Celebrating Jamaican Culture through the Play, Nine Night, at the Roundhouse Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland
From September 14 to October 9, 2022, Round House Theatre, Ryan Rilette, Artistic Director, and Ed Zakreski, Managing Director presented the play, Nine Night by Natasha Gordon (Playwright-Actress of Jamaican
JUNE 2022: National Caribbean American Heritage Month Celebrate the accomplishments and contributions we’ve made in the literary arts. We will explore the works of Jamaican authors throughout the month of
The Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s Office Presents The 2022 Multicultural Festival Showcasing Diversity & Building One County
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Summary of the 2022 Black History Month Fireside Chat on “The Contributions of the Rt. Honorable Marcus Garvey to our World with Focus on Posthumous Exoneration.”
The Black History Month Fireside Chat was held virtually via Zoom on Sunday, February 20, 2022, at 4:00 p.m. EST to commemorate the global initiative to exonerate the Rt. Honorable
We honor women of Jamaican heritage that have made a positive contribution to our communities at large and serve as inspiration to the youth as well as adults.
Ambassador Audrey P. Marks H. E. Audrey P. Marks is Jamaica’s thirteenth Ambassador to the United States of America and the Permanent Representative of Jamaica to the Organization of American
Black History Month Fireside Chat Discusses New Push to Clear Marcus Garvey’s Name Marcus Garvey [WASHINGTON, DC] – A push to get Jamaica’s first national hero Marcus Garvey’s name cleared of
President Biden, Exonerate Marcus Garvey: Justice for Garvey, Now Ambassador Curtis Ward Amb. Curtis Ward The campaign to Exonerate Marcus Garvey hits high gear as 100,000 people in the United
HOLD THE DATE – JNA VIRTUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH FORUM ON SUNDAY FEBRUARY 20, 2022 at 4:00 P.M. – 5:30 P.M. Topic: THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MARCUS GARVEY TO THE WORLD
Descendants of the Black revolutionary leader Marcus Mosiah Garvey are pressing President Biden’s administration to grant a posthumous presidential pardon to Garvey, who they say was targeted by the U.S.
The Jamaican Nationals Association of Washington DC Metropolitan Area Pays Tribute to the Late Four-Star General Colin Powell who Died on Monday October 18, 2021. He was 84 years old.
General Colin Luther Powell was born on April 5, 1937, in Harlem New York City, borough of Manhattan, to Jamaican immigrants, Luther Theophilus Powell and Maud Ariel McKoy-Powell. They emigrated