· December, 2007

Stories about Jamaica from December, 2007

Barbados, Jamaica: Brawta

  9 December 2007

“Brawta comes without any demand being made, but is a sign of appreciating the customer”: Living in Barbados blogs about a little “something extra”.

Jamaica: Ten Dollar “Wine”

  8 December 2007

“Yes, these nine to eleven grade young girls are selling their bodies and sexual favours for as cheap as JM$10 (approximately US$0.14)!”: Stunner's Afflictions says “something needs to be done for this trend to stop”.

Jamaica: Common Bonds

  5 December 2007

“It strikes me that if we had a bigger world view, we might relax a little and be able to see that our problems are for the most part, common ones”: Francis Wade says that Jamaica's challenges are not unique.

Blogging World Aids Day

  2 December 2007

Bloggers around the world marked World Aids Day on December 1 by speaking openly and strongly about HIV and AIDS. Each post is a tribute to the fight against the epidemic, which only grows stronger through silence and misinformation.

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