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The Rights of the Maroons in the Emerging Ganja Industry in Jamaica


This article examines the rights of the Maroons in Jamaica in the emerging
ganja industry, based on national, regional, and international law. It
assesses their rights in the context of the land rights of indigenous peoples
and examines how these rights have been applied to marijuana policies
concerning indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada, and the
Rastafari community in Jamaica. Finally, it views the indigenous rightsbased
internationalist approach taken by the Charles Town Maroons as a

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