HISTORY LESSON: On the occasion of the 120th anniversary of the birth of national hero Norman Washington Manley, a permanent exhibition detailing his life and legacy was unveiled this week at the new museum constructed in his honour at Roxborough, his birthplace, in Manchester. Among those who attended the opening: grandson Joseph Manley; culture minister Lisa Hanna; tourism minister Wykeham McNeil; custos of Manchester Sally Porteous; chair of the Manchester Cultural Development Committee Dorothy Miller; and former Prime Minister P.J. Patterson. "Norman Manley had a dream. It was a dream for that time when Jamaica would be in charge of its own affairs to shape its own destiny," remarked Patterson. "Indeed, he was the first person, if not to conceive, to articulate, what we now know as Brand Jamaica."