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July 21, 2012 ·

JAMAICA’S JOURNEY TO INDEPENDENCE

(Source: The National Library of Jamaica; 12 East Street, Kingston, Jamaica)

Jamaica became a British colony in 1655 and until the mid 1830s the Negro population was enslaved. Yet when slavery ended blacks were still faced with labour exploitation and racial domination. Many of the ex-slaves became peasants but suffered hardships from highly priced goods, heavy taxation and a justice system which worked against peasants. The government remained oblivious to the growing discontent of the citizens, and riots and resistances took place, culminating in the Morant Bay Rebellion of 1865, as these ex-slaves fought for equity…

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