BY R.D. Miller Balance while addressing the other public health crisis COVID-19 has exacerbated the global economic downturn by causing job losses, business closures, and disruptions to many educational systems. This has resulted in a wider gap between the haves and the have-nots. When it came to the shores of the Caribbean Islands, it alsoContinue reading “To reduce serious criminality, a COVID-19 strategy is needed in some Caribbean `islands.`”
What caused her to be abused?….. Why didn’t she leave?
But no one ever asked him in jail, at school, church, or in the community; Why he targeted her?
BY R.D. Is this a much-needed strategic announcement, or not? According to reports, on February 8, 2020, Robert Nesta Morgan, parliamentary secretary in the Prime Minister’s Office of Jamaica, announced that an incentive plan was in place or being developed to provide students with the opportunity to have their debts forgiven for public service work.Continue reading “The impact of student loan debt on the Caribbean coastline`”
This storm has sparked decades of conflict and the unspoken animosity that came rushing out in the open after hurricane Dorain’s cloud disappeared
By R.D. Her Story/Their Stories She’s gone way too soon, and who is going to be the next victim? How do you comfort the mother of Yetanya Francis, a young woman who was murdered and maybe raped, molested, and her lifeless body discovered on August 24, 2018, while out on an errand? She was cherished and adoredContinue reading “In Jamaica, a 14-year-old girl went missing, murdered, and her body burned, indicating a disturbing new normal in crime.’”
BY R.D. Part I- A crucial or strategic marriage: Modernization is important, but should it look like a country that was ruled by its former colonial power, where only the rich and powerful write the rules? China’s growing influence around the world has been the subject of many studies and publications in recent years. AccordingContinue reading “The Chinese are coming, coral reefs are dying, and beaches are disappearing: will the mountains be next?’”
BY R.D. Miller He strikes once more: Another warning about sexual assault: Stuck in traffic on a commuter bus one evening heading home from work, I came across an article published on October 2, 2018, by the Detroit Free Press about two women raped in Jamaica at an exclusive hotel by an employee hired aContinue reading “‘The Difficulties and Complicated Cases of Rape Victims in the Caribbean’”
Beyond the month of October: It was established in October 1981 as a day of solidarity coordinated by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, with purple acting as the designated color. This global public health crisis will not be fixed since several partners will continue to abuse, and further victims will be reported both beforeContinue reading “October is designated as domestic violence awareness month, did you know?”
Economic barriers to social disadvantage continues to be the prime cause of death in most Caribbean islands woven in ongoing social stratification since colonialism.
BY R.D. Miller The long and ongoing voyage with the hope of returning one day They undertook the arduous voyage with the hope of one day returning.Queen Victoria’s ship or plane has carried many individuals out of their Caribbean homelands throughout the years in search of a better life or preparation for one they hopeContinue reading “Is it still possible for ex-pats to live in peace and security on some Caribbean islands today, or is this a fallacy?’”