This is a moment where we all reach forward. Summer break was finally here. after being part of student government I was learning many technical terms. We get to experience a lot of it on campus but how do I apply to my future career.
I’m a first-generation American citizen with Jamaican roots, and unfortunately, my parents didn’t have the opportunity to pursue a higher education or get a chance to go to school at a young age. They didn’t have great educational foundations.
I would like to see the same opportunities that wealthy and upper-middle class Americans enjoy, as well as citizens of other developed countries, like Sweden, enjoyed by the people of Jamaica and economically strained communities here in the United States.
This is where the Jamaica embassy stands and I had the privilege to be in front of this beautiful monumental. Here I was also welcomed to walk around.
Here I am taking a selfie inside a nation that holds a flag a metal seal representing their own country
This is what education stands for me. “All (wo)men are created equally”
Focus on the building. The building was inspired by the crown of the figure/sculpture of the following picture below me.
The crown in this picture is architects used to make the design of the museum’s building.
look above the oasis is near
OAS- Organization of American States – Nicaragua protesting inequality int there country
My goal is to pursue a degree in Business Law and hopefully with my passion and efforts, extend a bridge to allow Jamaica’s youth to be equipped with the same educational opportunities as those offered in the more developed countries. I envision other Third World countries, and Third World communities within the United States, having an equal opportunity to higher education as well. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, education is a fundamental right for everyone. Governments must make it a priority for all their citizens. I will make it a personal priority as a public policy activist and/or professional.