Daily Archives: February 4, 2015

Guyana Amerindians – Paruima Village Fishing – video

Guyana Amerindians – Paruima Village Fishing – video

Published on Oct 20, 2012

This film is part of ongoing ethnogeographic doctoral research in the cirum-Roraima landscape of the Guiana Shield. For more information: geog.ox.ac.uk/graduate/research/dcooper.­h

Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos – 03 February 2015

Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos – 03 February 2015

  • Women three children drown after death ritual
  • Students, staff clash with UG administration
  • US deports over two dozen Guyanese
  • AFC protests GGMC over $3B housing loan
  • Arguments close in High Court challenge over extra-Parliamentary spending
  • Attorney Sase Gunraj new PPP GECOM Commissioner
  • Guyanese woman reunites with dying brother in the US
  • Sports

Click links below to view the TV News videos: 

Women three children drown after death ritual

Posted: 03 Feb 2015 05:09 PM PST      Continue reading

Jamaican dancehall flavored commercial at the Super Bowl creates buzz – video

Jamaican dancehall flavored commercial at the Super Bowl creates buzz

Published on Feb 02 2015 – News America Now – [see video below]
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News Americas Now, NEW YORK, NY, Tuesday, February 3, 2015- Loctite scored big with a Jamaican dancehall flavored commercial at the Super Bowl 2015, last Sunday night.

The commercial is called “Positive Feelings” and was the company’s first ever Super Bowl commercial.

The commercial, which cost the company $4.5 million to air, promotes the company’s super-glue and involved a variety of people dancing to a Jamaican dancehall inspired song. The commercial is considered one of the best at the Super Bowl and generated lots of buzz in social media.  [see video below] Continue reading

Climate Disruption: Thought of the Week

Three Worlds One Vision

Cartoon by Kevin CannonPhoto Credit: Cartoon by Kevin Cannon

Everyone deserves access to independent scientific information so they can make smart, informed decisions on issues that affect their health, safety, and environment.
~ Union of Concerned Scientists

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