"One Nation, One People" the theme for 57th Independence celebrations

Jamaica's 57th anniversary of Independence is to be celebrated under the theme, "One Nation, One People."
Minister of Culture Olivia Grange said the theme was chosen because it speaks to a very important issue to which the nation must pay attention.
Ms. Grange said that while the country continues to celebrate the International Decade for People of African Ancestry, it is very important in the wider Jamaican context to observe the tenets of the national motto, 'Out of Many, One People'.
Ms Grange said that Jamaicans at home and abroad should look forward to a very spirited Independence celebration as the Ministry is working hard to make sure that events such as the Jamaica Festival Song Competition, the Jamaica Festival Queen Competition, the Jamaica Gospel Song Competition and the Grand Gala are spectacles to be remembered.
The Jamaica Festival Song Grand Final will be held on July 27, at the National Arena in Kingston, with the Emancipation Jubilee slated for July 31, at Seville in St. Ann. 
The National Arena will also host the Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Grand Coronation on Emancipation Day, August 1, the World Reggae Dance Championship Grand Final on August 2, Mello-Go-Roun on August 3, the Jamaica Gospel Song Grand Final on August 4 and the Pop and Variety Grand Final on August 5.
Grand Gala will be held on Independence Day, August 6 at the National Stadium.

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