Jamaica's Laws - We need to know them
It's important to know your rights as a Jamaican.... in fact it's essential for a human to know his/her right as a individual in any country.
Since we know how important the law is, shouldn't it be one of 'our' main priorities educating each other about our rights as Jamaicans?... making flyers and giving them to persons within the community, emailing a friend and having that friend email others, writing a few on our Facebook wall, text messaging a friend and starting a chain?
There are so many ways we can educate each other about Jamaica's laws.
I was recently told by a authoritarian 'if a man acts like a dog then he will be treated as one - Not being aware, means not being alive, but not because you don't act like a eagle, that doesn't mean your a pigeon'.
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