This TV Show Gives Young Jamaicans A Voice

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Jamaican youths have stories to tell, often times they feel that no one listens to them but a Jamaican TV show now provides them with an opportunity to express themselves.

Emprezz Mullings-Golding, host of the Jamaican TV show, TalkUp Yout knows that importance of listening to young Jamaican. The show’s tag line “Giving Jamaican Youth a voice and finding solutions to all their problems” covers a range of topics such as sex, crime, education and even politics.

In this video below, TalkUp Yout speaks to students at Charlie Smith High School, a high school located in Kingston Jamaica.

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For many of us who are now adults, we would have like to have express ourselves through a medium where our voice could be heard. Young Jamaicans and other young people across the Caribbean are becoming more vocal and open with regard to the social and economic issues.

And they also provide potential solutions to the problems that we face. Maybe its time for the politicians and policy makers start to listen to these youths.

Moses Jameson

Moses is a Jamaican and loves Reggae Music. He loves sharing his experiences about the Caribbean Culture.

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