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In early 2007 while digging the foundation for the kitchen at Camp Cabarita we unearthed a number of iron implements and tools. After speaking with Community elders we learned that several generations ago there was a Jamaican owned wet sugar production operation on the property. Wet sugar is a by[…]
It’s difficult to talk about Jamaica’s traditions, people and way of life without acknowledging the significance of the Rastafari movement in shaping their culture. The Rastafarian movement gained momentum during Haile Selassie’s visit to Jamaica in 1966. Haile Selassie, born Tafari Makonnen Woldemikael in 1892, was crowned emperor in 1930[…]