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Distinguished Fellow at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies, Edward Seaga, will present the Caribbean International Network (CIN) 2006 lecture at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 20, at the Schomburg Centre for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard in Harlem.
Mr. Seaga will speak on the subject, ‘The Folk Roots of Jamaican Cultural Identity’.
He has been a life-long champion of the country’s great influence on global culture in the areas of religion, literature, food, music and dance.
Stephen Hill, CIN’s Chief Executive Officer, created the Lecture Series three years ago to showcase the intellectual accomplishments of Caribbean peoples. For 13 years, CIN has broadcast an extensive schedule of news, sports, drama and music programmess, exclusively for the rapidly growing and youthful Caribbean population. CIN can be seen on Channel 73 in New York City.
The CIN Lecture Series for 2006 is being supported by Capital & Credit Financial Group, Jamaica; Caribbean Life Newspaper, New York and The Door Restaurant, New York.

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