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On the night of August 16, 2016, I went to my sister’s house to pick up my four-year-old daughter and saw history for Jamaica being made. Irrespectively, all she knew was, she was Jamaican, a Jamaican won gold, she loved her country, and she was going to run and jump over the moon (or the coffee table) soon.
Twenty-two-year-old Omar Mc Leod — and Jamaica — won Olympic gold for the first time in the 110m hurdles. " She was like an athlete doing numerous victory laps around the 400m track at the Olympic stadium — albeit her 400m track was around her aunt’s coffee table. The volcanic-level eruptions next door and outside, along with the screams, chants and banging, resounded the love and pride that swelled in my daughter’s chest and the hearts of many Jamaicans.
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On Tuesday – International Day of the Girl Child – EVE for Life hosted the #Girl Child JA Twitter chat to open up the topic for conversation and let people speak their mind. #Girl Child JA #Dayofthe Girl https://t.co/jrvaer ASk1 — Deika Morrison (@deikamorrison) October 12, 2016 The final question in particular generated a number of interesting responses: “What should Jamaica do to improve the lives of our girls? ” Responses included making sure girls are raised with sufficient self-worth; while others put pressure on the government to strengthen laws and enforcement of those laws.
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