How Afro American Jamaica Became A World Leader In Sports & Music

[Founding father] Manley was a talented athlete, and he promoted track and field as part of the formation of an independent national identity.

Around this grew a nationwide infrastructure of running associations. Where institutions failed the economy, they proved to be champions in fostering athletics.

In a similar vein, Patterson also looks at how the music industry has had enormous success beyond Bob Marley’s hits, in spite of the island’s limited resources.

Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/13/books/review/the-confounding-island-jamaica-orlando-patterson.html

Equianoism is the answer. Coincidentally Equiano was an Igbo Jamaican.

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