Kumina Queen

Nyasha Laing

Feared as a witch by some, revered by others as a healer, Imogene “Queenie” Kennedy catapulted the African spiritual practice of Kumina into the public spotlight in post-colonial Jamaica. But what is Queenie’s relevance today? And how does Kumina live on in the art, spirituality, and transient identities of Jamaicans?

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