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GCA – Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. on-line Magazine – May 2017

GCA – Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. on-line Magazine – May 2017

IN THIS ISSUE –     Download here: GCA Magazine – May 2017

PAGE 1-9: Hinterland Floods       PAGE 12-14: Hilton Hemerding A.A.       PAGE 16-17: John R. Rickford          PAGE 18-22:  Weaving & Knitting in Guyana       PAGE 24-29:  Derek Walcott       PAGE 30-31: Tchaiko Kwayana      PAGE 33-34:  Calvary Mission Food Pantry       PAGE 35-37:  BHS: An affair to remember       PAGE 38-39:  Guyana at the UN 51st. Anniversary celebration

Guest Editor: Percy Haynes       Cover Design: Claire Goring  & Ashton Franklin       Copy Editors: Edgar Henry, Lear Matthews.    Layout and Design: by Claire A. Goring & Ashton Franklin        Contributors: Dr. Vibert Cambridge, Gail Nunes, Al Creighton, Patricia Jordon-Langford,  Calvary Missions

Photography: Dr. Vibert Cambridge,  Dr. Patricia Cambridge,  Pat Jordon-Langford,  Calvary Missions GCA Media Team  Ave Brewster-Haynes (Chairperson), Juliet Emanuel, Edgar Henry, Lear Matthews, Claire A. Goring, Ashton Franklin, Margaret Lawrence    Gail A. Nunes, Francis Quamina Farrier.

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Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. on-line Magazine

Prepare For Economic Collapse 2017 Stock Market CRASH! – The Economist – video

The Collapse Is Imminent! Prepare For Economic Collapse 2017 Stock Market CRASH! – The Economist

The Economist  – Published on Jun 8, 2017

Eight reasons why Jeremy Corbyn robbed Theresa May of a landslide – By Zoe Williams

Eight reasons why Jeremy Corbyn robbed Theresa May of a landslide

The game-changing manifesto, the galvanised youth vote – a number of factors combined to create the worst Conservative campaign for decades

Jeremy Corbyn

You’ve got to love it. A political system in which there’s no winner. Almost everyone, from some angle, is a loser. Nobody can work out who’ll be prime minister in the morning. Everyone’s muttering darkly about another election in October. We’ve come down to wondering whether Sinn Féin will drop its absentee policy. And all any progressive can feel is triumphant, unbridled joy. I mean, you’ve got to love it. Even when you hate it, you’ve got to love it.

What delivered this almighty blow to Theresa May’s magnificently misplaced self-belief? In no particular order – or rather, I believe all these factors to be of equal importance.

Read more :  Eight reasons why Jeremy Corbyn robbed Theresa May of a landslide

 

Jeremy Corbyn’s plan to end student tuition fees is far from barmy – By 

Corbyn: for free higher education in England

May 2, 2017- The Guardian

Conservative victory in the general election could put the final nail in the coffin of hopes for the restoration of free higher education in England. This would be a shame, because it is not such a barmy plan.

Like many of Jeremy Corbyn’s ideas, it is more soft than hard left. Scotland has maintained free higher education, as of course have the great majority of other European countries. It is England that is out of step, even if – in our arrogant insularity, now reinforced by Brexit fantasies – some people assume everyone else will have to follow us down the poisoned path to high-fee, market-mad higher education.    [Read more]

Guyana Government News Brief – June 8, 2017

GINA Guyana

Guyana Government News Brief – June 8, 2017

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