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@TeeMarleyy

@TeeMarleyy

Nanny of The Maroons,  Jamaica, West Indies

Nanny of The Maroons, Jamaica, West Indies

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace of reggae. More fantastic pictures and videos of *Bob Marley* on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace of reggae. More fantastic pictures and videos of *Bob Marley* on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

Jamaican Patois CheatSheet                              …

Jamaican Patois CheatSheet …

This is an original 1930 photograph of a portrait of the Governor, wearing the ceremonial robe of State, of the city of Axum or Aksum, Abyssinia (present-day Ethiopia).  Photograph by Von Lüpke, Deutsche Aksum-Expedition.

This is an original 1930 photograph of a portrait of the Governor, wearing the ceremonial robe of State, of the city of Axum or Aksum, Abyssinia (present-day Ethiopia). Photograph by Von Lüpke, Deutsche Aksum-Expedition.

Sri Mahalakshmi by Shilpi Sri Siddalingaswamy. Om Maha Deviyai Sagala Saubagiyam dhehimei satha. (May Goddess Mahalakshmi bless all of us.)

Sri Mahalakshmi by Shilpi Sri Siddalingaswamy. Om Maha Deviyai Sagala Saubagiyam dhehimei satha. (May Goddess Mahalakshmi bless all of us.)

I Definitely Speak This Language

I Definitely Speak This Language

No matter who you are or wherever you're from, Jamaica's track team is always your #1 team. !Team Jamaica!

No matter who you are or wherever you're from, Jamaica's track team is always your #1 team. !Team Jamaica!

Queen Nanny or Nanny (c. 1686 – 1733) was a leader of the Jamaican Maroons in the 18th century. Historical documents refer to her as the "rebels' old obeah woman," and they legally grant "Nanny and the people now residing with her and their heirs . . . a certain parcel of Land containing 500 acres in the parish of Portland." The Maroons were defiant Jamaican slaves who fled their oppressive existence on plantations and formed their own communities in the rugged, hilly interior of the…

Queen Nanny or Nanny (c. 1686 – 1733) was a leader of the Jamaican Maroons in the 18th century. Historical documents refer to her as the "rebels' old obeah woman," and they legally grant "Nanny and the people now residing with her and their heirs . . . a certain parcel of Land containing 500 acres in the parish of Portland." The Maroons were defiant Jamaican slaves who fled their oppressive existence on plantations and formed their own communities in the rugged, hilly interior of the…

100 LGBTQ Black Women You Should Know.

100 LGBTQ Black Women You Should Know.

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