Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Jamaican Independence, Resilience, Vision and Growth

As DiversiPro proudly celebrates Jamaica’s 60th Anniversary as an independent nation on August 6, 2022, we invite you to take a look at a selection of the faces—political leaders, musicians, artists, entertainers and other change makers—whose social vision and creativity have been inspiring and energizing the nation’s progress and influencing the movement towards  Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism (IDEA) in Canada, Britain, the United States and around the world.

Jamaican political leaders, rebels and intellectuals from the days of Nanny, Sam Sharpe, Paul Bogle till today have paved the path to progress not only by their own actions but by inspiring others to be the change they envision within their own spheres of influence at home or abroad…

Jamaica has distinguished itself on the world stage as a fountain of artistic creativity producing such art forms as mento, ska, reggae and dancehall which have served to amplify the voices supporting social justice—Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism (IDEA) in Canada and around the world.

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