GCCABC 2017 Annual General Meeting -Surrey, BC – April 30, 2017

Guyanese Canadian Cultural Association of British Columbia

Subject: GCCABC 2017 Annual General Meeting

Good day!

Our Annual General Meeting is coming up just next week, and we’d like to remind you that we’d love you to attend:  We’ll be accepting nominations for President and all board positions.

  • All are welcome!  Annual Memberships – $20
  • April 30th, 2017 @ 2:00 – 4:00 pm
  • Surrey City Centre Library, Room 401
  • 10350 University Blvd.
  • Surrey, British Columbia V3T 4B8
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  • ndtewarie  On 04/19/2017 at 4:13 pm

    Thoughts are the windows of future. It’s the obvious reason for every success. A man is, but the product of his thoughts – what he thinks, he becomes. Mahatma Gandhi


    I wrote once about real slavery of the sugar plantation Many slave masters have died or are in lamentation Most if not all of the slaves have been freed Many other estates still exist due to greed Of course it’s under new management Like of old it’s the same arrangement Today I look at what is taking place I still think its a tubful of disgrace And I find slavery is very rampant For some find it hard to say I can’t In every aspect of our modern society Every class of our modern community And done under very inhumane conditions With subtle hypocrisy of gov’t cooperations Still children are involved in the carpet industry Kids under 10 years are tied to something sturdy So they can’t run away from their chores of slavery Not knowing what is playtime or using proper sanitation Using tiny blistered fingers to make hand-knotted carpets With no let up by drivers to meet large quotas and big targets Also to those making shirts, skirts, toys and embroidery As authorities turned their faces from this evil monopoly And as you dress and wear all your bling bling You never worry maybe say its not your thing But this sick industry would never succeed Had it not been for the popular west’s greed Deep down we are worse than the owners or pharisees It’s our problem for we are the unwitting beneficiaries


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