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Jamaica Gleaner Outlook
published: Sunday | March 30, 2003

Cover story - Carolyn Gomes: the insignia of Jamaicans for Justice
THE YELLOW BUTTERCUP which has been chosen as the insignia of Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ), the citizens' action group, is a beautiful flower. Fair and fragile from a distance, closer up, you will find that its fruits bear sharp spines.

Opinion - Female bosses
I'VE ALWAYS got along swimmingly with my female bosses, but then again, I am an easy-going, no-agenda kinda guy so the 'woman-boss' thing never got under my skin.


Ready to give something back
IT IS amazing that from seemingly barren land, a flower may appear. Latoya Richards is one such bloom. Born in Western Kingston and then growing up in Central Kingston, her life has never been easy.


Breaking the silene on HIV/AIDS - What can make the difference?
A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT,where persons living with HIV/AIDS can disclose their HIV-positive status without fear of stigmatisation and discrimination can significantly improve their state of mind and ability to better deal with the effects of HIV/AIDS.





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