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Samaritans add colour to Christmas in children’s homes

The Christmas season has been brightened for 100 Jamaican children between the ages of six (6) and twelve (12) years old in Corporate Area children’s homes with the donation of several copies of a local colouring book and supplies. The book, Chat Tu Mi & Colour, includes 20 ­drawings depicting Jamaican landmarks, customs, ­traditions, and cultural …

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Amashika Lorne’s colouring series for children gets Reggae Month endorsement, corporate boost

Media personality and Jamaican children book author, Amashika Lorne, has launched a virtual five-part colouring series entitled Colour with Aunty Ama. For the month of February, the focus will be on Reggae Music, in keeping with the commemoration of Reggae Month Jamaica, the only month-long festival in the world. On naming the series, Lorne shared “family …

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‘Lets Get Coloring’ Campaign Well Received in Jamaican Diaspora

In February, Jamaican TV media personality and author, Amashika Lorne, launched a coloring campaign with Caribbean National Weekly targeting Jamaican-American children in South Florida and across the United States. The campaign, which centered around Lorne’s ‘Chat To Mi And Color’ Jamaican coloring book, was aimed at combating the negative impacts of COVID-19 while keeping Jamaican-American children close …

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