Una Marson (1905-1965) was a pioneer Jamaican feminist, poet, playwright and social activist. A black Jamaican woman, from the middle class and of strict Baptist upbringing, Marson emigrated to work in London in 1932, producing plays, poems and programs for the BBC during World War II. She was the epitome of a black political artist.

Una Maud Victoria Marson (1905-1965)

Una Marson was a pioneer Jamaican feminist, poet, playwright and social activist. From a middle class family of strict Baptist upbringing, Marson emigrated to work in London in producing plays, poems and programs for the BBC during World War II.

BU - Jamaican Women's Shoes - BU Footwear

BU - Jamaican Women's Shoes

BU - Jamaican Women's Shoes - BU Footwear

Meet The Jamaican Woman Who's Smoked Marijuana For 85 Years

Meet The Jamaican Woman Who's Smoked Marijuana For 85 Years

Jamaica National Costume.  I need to educate my girls and myself on my Jamaican history.

Another Pinner Said--Jamaica National Costume. I need to educate my girls and myself on my Jamaican history.

Jamaican women's faces | Major Lazer is Bad for Women: How the Dancehall DJs Repackage Sexism, Neocolonialism and Racism ...

Major Lazer is Bad for Women: How the Dancehall DJs Repackage Sexism, Neocolonialism and Racism as Hip to Gain Fame and Fortune

Jamaican women's faces | Major Lazer is Bad for Women: How the Dancehall DJs Repackage Sexism, Neocolonialism and Racism ...

Jamaica is very diverse. I myself am Jamaican, American, British and Ethiopian. "Out of many, one" is very true!

JAMAICA...ON MY MIND

Jamaican Tourist Board advert from “Pleasure Island - The Book Of Jamaica” by Esther Chapman, 1958

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