Daily Archives: 07/22/2014

“EMANCIPATION FESTIVAL 2014”, By ACDA – Guyana – August 1, 2014


Georgetown, Guyana  – August 1, 2014

On August 1st. 1834 Africans won their freedom.

This August 1st, all roads lead to the National Park, Georgetown,  as the

 African Cultural & Development Association (ACDA)

Invites you to come and celebrate at Guyana’s biggest
cultural festival of the year  “EMANCIPATION FESTIVAL 2014”,

See performances by Kwor Te from Suriname with their amazing fire  dances and
dazzling broken glass walking routine; the spectacular Batota Yetu with
their Angolan Congolese dance troupe, bring the children to see Ms Megan
Piphus  and her amazing puppets, come and celebrate with popular Guyanese
acts from all across the country and partake in our newest
attraction “Centre Stage” …enjoy a fun filled family day of African
foods, fashion displays, children center, folk games, drumming, dance etc
as we remember our past, celebrate our broken chains and work towards our
golden dreams ….Harambe..Let’s All pull together.

Thank you
Shemaine Haley (secretary)

World Control -Thinking outside of the box- by Joan

World Control -Thinking outside of the box-  by Joan.

Joan is one of our readers.  She sent this e-mail to Guyanese Online.

There is an over abundance of Muslim Hate E-mails going around these days. There are a lot of pictures and videos and talk about them over-running the countries in Europe.

I cannot see anyone taking over any WHITE country.

Why did those Governments take them into the country in the first place?

All they have to do is isolate them with bad schools, put them in jail, and when they come out there will be no jobs. Then give them dope to sell and guns to kill each other.  This way they do not have to kill them.

That has been very successful in some inner cities in some countries we know about. Continue reading

The Great Sir Frank Worrell Remembered + video by Brian Lara


By Dmitri Allicock

On this day in history, July 22, 1950, Sir Frank Worrell completed 261 vEngland at Trent Bridge.

Sir Frank Worrell

Sir Frank Worrell

Sir Frank Mortimer Maglinne Worrell (1 August 1924, Bank Hall, St MichaelBarbados – 13 March 1967, Kingston, Jamaica), sometimes referred to by his nickname of Tae, was a West Indies cricketer and Jamaican senator.

A stylish right-handed batsman and useful left-armseam bowler, he became famous in the 1950s as the first black captain of the West Indies cricket team. He was the first of the two batsmen to have been involved in two 500-run partnerships in first-class cricket.

By 1947 his mother had moved to New York and his father was away at sea most of the time so Worrell moved to Jamaica. Continue reading

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