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Thanks to YardEdge contributor, Opal Palmer Adisa, for this reflection on being a Jamaican in Paris… Last August, while alternating between relaxing, meditating and writing in Luxembourg Garden in Paris, I was interrupted from my reverie by a stranger who asked if I were Parisian. Without a moment’s hesitation I

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  YardEdge welcomes a guest post by writer, Opal Palmer Adisa on Jamaica’s relationship with Haiti. The distance from Kingston, Jamaica to Carrefour, Haiti is 261 miles and if there were a direct flight, it would only take 35 minutes on a plane. Boukman, the Jamaican, who was sold to

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YardEdge is pleased to welcome this contribution by Jamaican writer Opal Palmer Adisa. Opal Palmer Adisa has written extensively on a wide range of topics ranging from children’s issues to the environment, in either in poetry, prose or essay. A writer and motivational speaker, Dr. Palmer Adisa has lectured and read her

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