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March 17, 2014

ICS TO RECOGNIZE CARIBBEAN AMERICANS IN HOLLYWOOD AT TRIBUTE TO HOLLYWOOD & THE ARTS

ICS will join with Caribbean Heritage Organization to honor Caribbean American Hollywood Royalty on June 20, 2014.   Working with its Regional Program Board Member and CHO President Marva Herman, several individuals including Wayne Brady will be honored for their artistic excellence infront of and behind the screen as well as in the music industry.  

 

 

Thursday, August 12, 2011

ICS PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER FEATURED ON TOP MORNING SHOW -- JUMPSTART, HOT 102 FM, JAMAICA

Dr. Claire Nelson, was a Special Guest of the popular morning show JUMPSTART hosted by Rose Bennett on Friday, August 12th.  Dr. Nelson discussed the IMAGINE JAMAICA 50 Blog which she launched in partnership with Jamaicans.com to bring about active dialogue on the future of Jamaica.  Her article "My Birthday WishList for Jamaica"  proposed fifty activities for execution over the coming year leading up to August 6th 2012.  

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