Daily Archives: 01/22/2017

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – January 20-21, 2017

Guyana: LATEST NEWS –20-21 January 2017 – Kaieteur News… (see links to other news sources below)

Concert for Hope – Orlando Florida – January 28, 2017


Concert for Hope – Starlight Restaurant, 5233 Old Winter Gardens Road. Orlando Florida – January 28, 2017

This is a family event. All proceeds go to the Suicide Prevention & Anti-Violence campaigns in Guyana

Climate Change is real for the coastal people of Bangladesh

Three Worlds One Vision

30 Million Directed by Daniel Price and Adrien Taylor (2016) Film Review Thirty Million is a New Zealand documentary about how rising sea levels in Bangladesh are already displacing (and killing) people in low lying coastal areas. It depicts quite dramatically how coastal farmers inundated by rising tides are moving into incredibly congested cities, where […]

via How Climate Change is Killing People in Bangladesh — The Most Revolutionary Act

“I think the trick in our hand is that we [the United Nations] have enough knowledge, enough information to act. But it is the collective acting that is what is required now. But if we are not that careful then we will definitely be suicidal if not evil. Evil is the word that could definitely be attributed to the people who have the choice and have not acted, who have the power and have not used it for the greater good…

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Caribbean Life News Update – January 20, 2017

Caribbean Life News Update – January 20, 2017   Caribbean Life

Writers Resist rally: Standing up for Freedom of Speech


Brooklyn resident Jacqu­eline Woodson, National Book Award winner for her young adult master­piece “Brown Girl Dreaming,” was one of a cadre of recog­nized and lesser known poets and book authors who rallied Sunday at the main New York Public Library (NYPL) on Martin Luther King’s birthday.

Guyanese film maker wins award for direct­orial début


“My inspir­ation as a filmm­aker and director is not for notor­iety, or to jockey for a place in Holly­wood. I just want to make great movies.”     Continue reading

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