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Happy Birthday, Miss Lou. We miss you. Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley , OM, OJ, MBE (7 September 1919 – 26 July 2006)

Happy Birthday, Miss Lou. We miss you. Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley , OM, OJ, MBE (7 September 1919 – 26 July 2006)

twitition - Let's go steal us a season 6... #Leverage style! IF YOU LOVE LEVERAGE and are on TWITTER and haven't signed it yet PLEASE do and tweet to your followers as well!!!

twitition - Let's go steal us a season 6... #Leverage style! IF YOU LOVE LEVERAGE and are on TWITTER and haven't signed it yet PLEASE do and tweet to your followers as well!!!

drums of the jamaica defence Force (jdf) and the jamaica constabulary force (jcf)

drums of the jamaica defence Force (jdf) and the jamaica constabulary force (jcf)

Actress Pat Rainey....This website is called Ladies of Harlen and it highlight a lot of African American ladies of that era.

Actress Pat Rainey....This website is called Ladies of Harlen and it highlight a lot of African American ladies of that era.

Our crest: Out of many, one people

Our crest: Out of many, one people

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Entertainment | The Jamaican Blogs

Entertainment | The Jamaican Blogs

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Singer, dancer and actress Josephine Premice (1926-2001) with daughter Susan Fales-Hill and son Enrico Fales in the early 1960s. A two-time Tony Award nominee (Jamaica, 1958 and A Hand is on the Gate, 1967) Ms. Premice studied dance with Martha Graham and Katherine Dunham. She also appeared on "The Jeffersons," and "A Different World," where her daughter was a long-time writer and producer. I highly recommend Ms. Fales-Hill's memoir about her mother, "Always Wear Joy." Photo: G. Marshall…

Singer, dancer and actress Josephine Premice (1926-2001) with daughter Susan Fales-Hill and son Enrico Fales in the early 1960s. A two-time Tony Award nominee (Jamaica, 1958 and A Hand is on the Gate, 1967) Ms. Premice studied dance with Martha Graham and Katherine Dunham. She also appeared on "The Jeffersons," and "A Different World," where her daughter was a long-time writer and producer. I highly recommend Ms. Fales-Hill's memoir about her mother, "Always Wear Joy." Photo: G. Marshall…

Dr. Edna McKenzie - Only female reporter at Pittsburgh Courier in 1940s. Graduated from University of Pittsburgh. Accepted teaching position at CCAC. Founded Dept. of Black, Minority & Ethnic Studies & served as chair for nearly 25 years. Served on boards of Pa. Higher Education Assistance Agency, Pa. Board of Ed's Higher Ed Council, Pa. Conference on Blacks in Higher Ed, Cheyney University of Pa. & Pitt.  - Allegheny County celebrates Black History Month

Dr. Edna McKenzie - Only female reporter at Pittsburgh Courier in 1940s. Graduated from University of Pittsburgh. Accepted teaching position at CCAC. Founded Dept. of Black, Minority & Ethnic Studies & served as chair for nearly 25 years. Served on boards of Pa. Higher Education Assistance Agency, Pa. Board of Ed's Higher Ed Council, Pa. Conference on Blacks in Higher Ed, Cheyney University of Pa. & Pitt. - Allegheny County celebrates Black History Month

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