Vegan Jamaican Patties- Get your bake on, not bacon, with this easy recipe for vegan Jamaican patties.

Vegan Jamaican Patties

Vegan Jamaican Patties- Get your bake on, not bacon, with this easy recipe for vegan Jamaican patties.

Robinne Lee, actress- (Jamaican, Chinese, English, Scottish and Arawak Indian)

Robinne Lee, actress- (Jamaican, Chinese, English, Scottish and Arawak Indian)

#BlackOutDay "Rude Gyal" @lefthanded_art : : http://www.shorthaircutsforblackwomen.com/natural-hair-style_pictures/

Natural Hair Style Pictures

#BlackOutDay "Rude Gyal" @lefthanded_art : : http://www.shorthaircutsforblackwomen.com/natural-hair-style_pictures/

Mary Seacole was a Jamaican nurse who risked her own life to treat the wounded in the Crimean War. As Mary was black, Florence Nightingale turned her away several times, so she set up her own 'British Hotel'  and worked round the clock to nurse the soldiers.  Often she would go out into the field to treat them too.  A remarkable woman who is, at last, getting some recognition for her hard and dangerous work.

Mary Seacole was a Jamaican nurse who risked her own life to treat the wounded in the Crimean War. As Mary was black, Florence Nightingale turned her away several times, so she set up her own 'British Hotel' and worked round the clock to nurse the soldiers. Often she would go out into the field to treat them too. A remarkable woman who is, at last, getting some recognition for her hard and dangerous work.

beautiful jamaican women | Liane Chung for Miss Jamaica World 2011! - Irie Diva Style

beautiful jamaican women | Liane Chung for Miss Jamaica World 2011! - Irie Diva Style

Una Marson (1905-1965) was a pioneer Jamaican feminist, poet, playwright and social activist. A black Jamaican woman, from the middle class and of strict Baptist upbringing, Marson emigrated to work in London in 1932, producing plays, poems and programs for the BBC during World War II. She was the epitome of a black political artist.

Una Maud Victoria Marson (1905-1965)

Una Marson (1905-1965) was a pioneer Jamaican feminist, poet, playwright and social activist. A black Jamaican woman, from the middle class and of strict Baptist upbringing, Marson emigrated to work in London in 1932, producing plays, poems and programs for the BBC during World War II. She was the epitome of a black political artist.

Pinterest
Search