Jamaica, The Confounding Island: Its Strengths and Weaknesses – Can the Diaspora Make A Difference? Relative to its size, Jamaica plays an outsized role on
In 2018, JNA successfully undertook a well-attended Retreat & Visioning Exercise, moderated by Dr. Claire Nelson of the Institute of Caribbean Studies. That Exercise ultimately
Leadership is a learned skill. It’s performance art. To understand it, you have to experience it. To improve, you have to practice. We also know
Knowing that mentoring can be extremely helpful in professional development, JNA’s Student Outreach & Educational Support (SOES) is relaunching its Mentorship Program and Mentorship Bank.
Partnering with Jamaica’s Cancer Society & Participating in Local Cancer Prevention Awareness Efforts JNA continues to partner with the Jamaica Cancer Society, St. Ann and
According to the Student Outreach & Educational Support (SOES) Program Committee Co-chairs, the rise of remote learning and social distancing resulting from the coronavirus pandemic
JNA’s June Meeting will feature a spirited discussion on the cultural “paradoxes” in Orlando Patterson’s recent book, The Confounding Island: Jamaica and the Post-Colonial Predicament.
Black History Month is an opportunity for persons of Jamaican heritage in the DMV to learn more about this region’s African American history and the
The internet has sometimes been referred to as the great equalizer yet Federal Communications Commission figures from 2017, indicate that 30% of households did not
National Women’s History Month March was designated as National Women’s History Month by Congress in 1987. “It is a time, to reflect on and acknowledge