Maas Roy award
Sep25

Maas Roy award

Published 7 May 2018Judith Hunter – JIS Recipient of the Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation (PMMA), Stanley Roy Archer, lives by the famous quote of former President of the United States, John F. Kennedy: “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country”. Born in the parish of St. Ann, Mr. Archer grew up in Jeffery Town, St. Mary, but migrated to the United Kingdom in 1954 and as part of the...

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Maas Roy windrush
May18

Maas Roy windrush

I n 1954, Stanley Roy Archer departed Jeffrey Town, St Mary, and headed to England, then seen as ‘greener pastures’, to earn an honest living to take care of his family. He ended up being caught in the rip-stream of what became known as the Windrush Generation. Maas Roy shows an army photo from 1954, at the vice-chancellor’s forum on the Empire Windrush held at the UWI, Mona campus. Mr Archer is standing on the left...

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Maas Roy award – Jamaica Observer
May09

Maas Roy award – Jamaica Observer

Windrush migrant returned to Jamaica in 1989 to help build community RECIPIENT of the Prime Minister’s Medal of Appreciation, Stanley Roy Archer, lives by the famous quote of former President of the United States, John F Kennedy: “Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country” Born in the parish of St Ann, Archer grew up in Jeffery Town, St Mary, but migrated to the United Kingdom in 1954 and as...

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BBC China
Jan07

BBC China

http://www.ourpeaceofhistory.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/opoh-marie-curie.mp3 Article origin: BBCUK...

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New Beacon Books
Dec07

New Beacon Books

Book launch for The Poetry of Nicolas Guillen in the New Beacon Bookshop, March 1976 New Beacon Books to close after 50 years Published December 6, 2016 by Natasha Onwuemezi Afro-Caribbean bookshop New Beacon Books is to close on the eve of its 50th anniversary due to pressures from e-retailers such as Amazon, its owner has said. Founded in 1966 by the late poet and publisher John La Rose and his partner Sarah White, New Beacon Books...

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Our Peace Of History
Nov24

Our Peace Of History

Our Peace Of Historydocuments stories of Afro-Caribbean settlers 24 November 2011by Chinwe Ojielo Yvonne Archer Life According to Maas Roy The untold stories of Afro-Caribbean settlers in Britain can now be told through a project called Our Peace Of History. Conceptualised by Stanley Roy Archer and his daughter Yvonne Archer, the project promotes peace through the arts by helping people share their stories with the community. “We have...

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