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Published:Tuesday | July 30, 2019 | 12:00 AM
From left: Safe Space Jamaica is about great minds leading stimulating conversations and Allyson Williams, final-year medical student at The University of the West Indies, Mona; Brittany Johnson, research officer, Jamaica Productivity Centre; and Brittany Brown, Web IT coordinator, Courtleigh Hotel Group, were perfect for the night’s activities.
Attorney-at-law Adley Duncan (left) accepts a Gillette care package from David Bonner, product manager of Cari-Med Ltd, for his participation in the spirited conversation
From left: Shannon Samuda, account executive; Lanoi Beech, final-year linguistics student at The University of the West Indies, Mona; and Winstonieth Thomas, public relations officer, are committed to the cause of creating a safe mental space.
Lanvell Blake, public relations officer of e-Learning Jamaica Ltd, and Christopher Boxe, co-owner of Chilitos, are very pleased with the night’s happenings and are ready for the next one.
The confident Clara Kahwa, mental-health advocate and moderator for ‘Talking over Tacos’, sharing her glow before the event.

‘Talking over Tacos’ is a monthly open-floor series featuring riveting conversations and different forms of entertainment. ‘The Safe Space’ initiative focuses on mental-health awareness, education, and advocacy. The first staging saw millennials getting involved in a passionate discussion on toxic masculinity.