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DUO Arts & Edutainment


Co-Creator & musical director of the multi award winning musical play “Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame”.  Writer and director of “The Abolitionist” - the story of David Walker and co-director of “Whirlwind and The Storm” - "The Life & Times of Marcus Garvey" and the soon to be launched in October 2016
​"The Voices of Black Folk".

Founder of The School of Africology for the study of African history and phenomena, which seeks to provide the “true” African history and education that the school curriculum does not.


  • Spirit of Detroit-Mayors Medal (For outstanding contribution to education)
  • Keys to the City of Miami (Dade County)
  • Mayor of Washington  D.C. “Special Award” for Education
  • Inauguration of  Black Heroes Day  in Washington D.C.
Khareem Jamal
After migrating to Jamaica at age 10, I was fortunate to be introduced by my parents to Jamaican theatre, including shows put on by the Little Theatre Movement and enjoying the tradition of Jamaican National Pantomime, as well as watching and listening to the records and radio performances of national entertainers, Ranny Williams and Miss Lou. Needless to say I fell in love with the arts.

These experiences provided the opportunity to delve headlong into Jamaica' rich cultural heritage and It unlocked my imagination to write about, and learn more about history and it motivated me to learn from and educate others. This has now developed to co- found Duo to use the Arts to educate and of course put on a show!

After many years in the corporate world being a founder member of Duo Arts and Edutainment, has re-affirmed my belief that it is never too late for anyone to accomplish their dreams.
Mark Patrick