Two events in Kingston, Jamaica this week: climate action, human rights and peace

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I want to quickly alert you to two events taking place in Kingston later this week. Unfortunately I will be unable to attend, but I hope that you will support these efforts, and spread the word.

Blue for Peace: Glendon Nam (third left), director of Island Dairies/Cremo and Professor Elizabeth Ward (fourth left), chair of the Violence Prevention Alliance (VPA) cut the ribbon to officially open the exercise bars for the Grants Pen Peace Park. Sharing in the moment are (from left), Joy Cotterel, councillor of the Barbican Division; Pastor Ian Muirhead; Delroy Chuck, MP for the area and Minister of Justice and David Tulloch, PNP caretaker for the St Andrew North East constituency.

Firstly, on Thursday, July 21, Jamaicans for Justice will be hosting the launch of their public education campaign, “Justice for All.” You can join them in person at the Grants Pen Peace Park, Thursday July 21…

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