Help for Jamaican immigrants

A new association seeks to harness the collective culture, spirit and interests of the Jamaican population of Rhode Island. This would include both Jamaican immigrants living in the Ocean State and their U.S.-born children. Launched last July, the Jamaican Association of Rhode Island is led by Desmond Ranglin, a banker who said he emigrated with…

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