Three children and one parent representative from the Nonsuch Heritage Club (formed in conjunction with and to execute the Dialogues in the African Diaspora Museums Connect project between Jamaica and the United States) travelled from Portland to Kingston to attend the opening of the Blue and Johncrow Mountain (a World Heritage Site) exhibition which was held at the offices of The African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica/ Jamaica Memory Bank.
Among those in attendance were: Daynia Deans (President of The Nosuch Primary School Heritage Club); Hugh Wilson; Faith-Anna Stewart; Maureen Jones (Parent representative) and Venice Parchment (Jamaican Coordinator for the Dialogues in the African Diaspora project).
It was a proud moment for the newly formed Nonsuch Heritage Club as this was their first visit to a museum, first time viewing an exhibition and they were one of the first set of persons to view the exhibit. At the opening of the exhibit…
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