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Jamaican personalities join 'No Violence in Love' campaign

A number of Jamaica's entertainment industry players have joined forces on the No Violence in Love campaign.
    
Media personality Debbie Bissoon teamed up with filmmaker JR Watkis, to launch the campaign on Valentine's Day, aimed at helping Jamaicans move towards healing and heightened awareness of an alternative narrative to violence.
    
The launch of the No Violence in Love campaign comes against the backdrop of the increasingly alarming reports of violent incidents across Jamaica.
    
More than 20 personalities joined the initiative by releasing a Public Service Announcement (PSA). They include Yendi Phillips, Neville Bell, Terri Karelle, Ity and Fancy Cat, Empress Golding, Krystal Tomlinson, ZJ Liquid, Bella Blair, Tanya Stephens, Alaine, Devin Di Dakta, Denyque, Ice Man, Kevin of Voicemail, Kevin Downswell and Chozenn.
    
Along with the PSA is a theme song titled #NOVIOLENCEINLOVE featuring Ikaya, Chevaughn and Denyque, with more artistes expected to come on board.
    
Plans are also afoot for a short film on violence in Jamaica and a concert set for later this year.
    
All are invited to support and promote the movement on their social media platforms at NoViolenceInLove on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
    
Persons are being urged to watch and share the videos and images with the hashtag #noviolenceinlove.



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