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Pictures of people

Prominent and ordinary persons here.
Image JPEG imageCassandra Whyte
Ms. Whyte created history when she became the first Deaf woman in Jamaica to be crowned Miss Deaf Jamaica and Miss Deaf International the following year. Here she is being interviewed by a reporter in Orlando, Florida at the Miss Deaf International 2011 event.
Image JPEG imageClaudia Gordon
Ms. Gordon who is a Jamaican by birth and who emigrated to the United States around 8 years old, is the first Deaf African-American Lawyer. Ms. Gordon is seen here speaking to students of the Lister Mair/Gilby School for the Deaf in 2011.
Image JPEG imageDamian Campbell
Mr. Campbell is the first trained, certified Deaf pastor in Jamaica. Here, Mr. Campbell is fully energized, sharing God's words at the Calabar Baptist Church of the Deaf in 2010.
Image JPEG imageDaneil Palmer
Daneil Palmer of Excelsior Primary School is elated about her 95 percentage average which earned her a place at St Andrew High School. - photo by Nadisha Hunter
Image JPEG imageFelicia Campbell
Ms. Campbell became the first Deaf Jamaican women to be officially granted a driver's license in 2011, when the law was gazetted allowing the Deaf to drive. Ms. Campbell is also the wife of Mr. Damian Campbell, the Jamaican Deaf pastor.
Image JPEG imageKamar Groves
Mr. Groves, deaf culture facilitator and technical assistant at the Jamaica Association for the Deaf at work. (Photo: Bryan Cummings)
Image JPEG imageKevin McDonald
Mr. McDonald, Chairman of Deaf Sports Jamaica, speaking at the launch of Deaf Sports Jamaica's event - National Sports Day.
Image JPEG imageMiss Kathleen "Nella" Webb 1
Ms. Webb who is first certified Deaf teacher and who is also a long-time advocate of the Jamaican Deaf community is seen here receiving a gift from the CEO of JAD.
Image JPEG imageMiss Kathleen "Nella" Webb 2
Ms. Webb speaking on behalf of the Kingston Deaf Club.
Image JPEG imageNeville Anthony Aiken
Mr. Aiken speaking at JAD's Thanksgiving service at the Swallowfield Chapel.
Image JPEG imageRohan Smith
Mr. Smith who is a Jamaican by birth is a former Deaflympic medalist. He emigrated to Canada and represented the country at the Deaflympic. Mr. Smith is seen here speaking at the launch of National Sports Day for the Deaf in Jamaica. Mr. Smith was instrumental is helping to establish the Deaf Sports Jamaica organization.