Daily Archives: February 21, 2017

Guyana Government News Brief – February 20, 2017 – video

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Guyana Government News Brief – February 20, 2017 – video

US Implements ‘Hyper-Aggressive Mass Deportation Policy’

Trump Administration Issues How-To for ‘Hyper-Aggressive Mass Deportation Policy’

us-dhs-logoNew Homeland Security guidelines constitute a sweeping rewrite of Obama-era policies on immigration

by Lauren McCauley, staff writer – Tuesday, February 21, 2017 by Common Dreams

The Trump administration on Tuesday issued new guidelines that constitute a “sweeping rewrite” of Obama-era policies on immigration, greatly expanding the number of individuals that can be forcibly deported and further emboldening the current crackdown.

The memoranda on implementation (pdf) and enforcement (pdf) of President Donald Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration, which were dated Monday February 20, 2017, and published by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), were leaked to news agencies over the holiday weekend and sparked wide concern among immigrants and civil liberties organizations.     Continue reading

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Guyana

Guyana flag10 Things You Didn’t Know About Guyana

A hidden gem in a predominantly Spanish-speaking continent, Guyana embodies centuries of several cultures that have seamlessly blended to create a truly unique nation. From the colors of the national flag to the cuisine, Guyana is more culturally Caribbean than South American. We profile 10 things you may not know about Guyana.


Guyana Speaks – The State of the Nation – London UK- February 26, 2017


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Groundings: “Guyana Speaks – Guyana, Yesterday & Today” – By Eric. L. Huntley

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Sunday 29 January 2017 – Eric. L. Huntley

Groundings: “Guyana Speaks – Guyana, Yesterday & Today”

My brief today is to speak about what is known about the term “Ole Time Story”. There is a ditty which goes like this:

“Every time I remember ol’ time story, water come a meh eye.”
Now, I imagine that listeners would expect some social commentary to be contained in the stories which would have been shared by many of the same generation.

Many of the memories also border on one’s living experiences which may or may not have any social content. However, I look forward to the sharing of memories with those who may have had similar experiences while at the same time shedding some light on the mores and practices which have contributed towards making all of us who we are today.    Continue reading

James Baldwin and the Meaning of Whiteness – by Chris Hedges

James Baldwin and the Meaning of Whiteness

by Chris Hedges – Monday, February 20, 2017 – by Truthdig

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The work of James Baldwin, pictured here in 1969, is as relevant today as in his time. The essayist, novelist, poet and social critic died in 1987. (Photo: Allan Warren / Wikimedia Commons)

Raoul Peck’s “I Am Not Your Negro” is one of the finest documentaries I have ever seen—I would have stayed in the theater in New York to see the film again if the next showing had not been sold out. The newly released film powerfully illustrates, through James Baldwin’s prophetic work, that the insanity now gripping the United States is an inevitable consequence of white Americans’ steadfast failure to confront where they came from, who they are and the lies and myths they use to mask past and present crimes. Baldwin’s only equal as a 20th century essayist is George Orwell. If you have not read Baldwin you probably do not fully understand America. Especially now.     Continue reading

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