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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Dear Editor,

I thoroughly enjoyed Nachi's point of view. However, as an African Jamaican\Child of the Diaspora (a term that honours my African heritage and my African ancestors who died in, and on the way to Jamaica), I feel an educated African Jamaican point of view may also be required. I only say this as Nachi made a few assumptions, and as intelligent as they were, they were still assumptions. 
Please don't let my comments take any credit from the GREAT job the Nachi Aguboshim has done.

Yours Sincerely
Craig Ashley

Editors note:
Itís great to hear from you. We do take your comments in good faith.The African family really needs to move along with all people of african descent and we welcome reactions from especially the African Caribbean community(and all children of the diaspora).

We also want to invite articles from all communities so our knoweldge of our history will be enhanced.
We all need to help in the re -writing and re-telling of our history. Welcome on board.

 
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