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Faybiene Miranda is co-host and co-producer of Global Medicine Review. She is a published poet, lyricist and performer.

She was recently the recipient of Ifetayo's Founders Award for her dedication and service to community as a teacher, mentor and artist.

Her creative credits include a collaborative publication: Sun and Moon, with Mutabaruka, a featured poet in Itations of Jamaica and I RasTafari (the trinity publications), a compilation of Jamaican poets of distinction, Professor Kamau Brathwaite's publication Savacou, an anthology of Caribbean women writers that included the renowned poem "I Am That I Am."

She has appeared with Steel Pulse, Mutabaruka, The Last Poets, Sandra St. Victor, Yewande, the Black Rock Coalition, The Family Stand and her own band Highly-I produced by her husband Clifford Moonie Pusey, lead guitarist for the Grammy award-winning Steel Pulse.

Her first recording "Prophecy" is still considered to be a collector's item and listed as one of the top 100 reggae musical recordings by Island Records 25 years of Reggae music anthology. She is currently compiling selections from the Global Medicine Review archives of poetry which she creates weekly on topics reflecting healing, love, liberation and spirituality.

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