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The Coca Cola High School Tour and Peace Day Concert held at Jamaica College, Tuesday, March 3, 2009. The concert was in collaboration with PALS (Peace and Love In Society) in celebration of Peace Day.

Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Peace Concert at Jamaica College.
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Publication: Western Focus
Photo by Noel Thompson

Teachers representing different preparatory schools in Montego Bay join in singing peace songs with students in Sam Sharpe Square, yesterday (Tuesday, March 3, 2009), in observance of Peace Day. From left are Nikaldo Harvey, Jermaine Bolton and Phillip Haughton. Among the schools that participated  in the Peace March were Deokoro School of Magnet; St. Neva's, Unity, Supreme, Edwards, Emann and St. Evans Preparatory.
Noel Thompson/Freelance Photographer
Students from Unity Preparatory School bear placards advocating non-violence during Peace Day celebrations in Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay, yesterday.


 (Tuesday, March 3, 2009).
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Peace Concert at Jamaica College.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Peace Concert at Jamaica College.
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