Daily Archives: September 3, 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – September 1-3. 2017

News – 03 September 2017

Motor Racing: Calvin Ming’s Pabst Racing Team are USF 2000 Series 2017 champs

GECOM’s CEO misleads Guyana on ads withdrawal from K/News

China’s modus operandi around the world mirrors events in Guyana—Part 6…China always holds the clean end of the stick in import/export relations

AHI initiates legal action against Marriott Hotel contractor

GCAA working with operators to lift suspension on shuttling operations

Faith-driven Elaine Grannum is a ‘Special Person’

Guyana’s increasing vulnerability to obesity… Deputy CMO warns against use of genetically modified foods

‘Express Guyana’ on a mission to improve youths’ lives through music

Financial Literacy: Personal Financial Management

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Pictures of Guyana. South America – Focus on Eco-Tourism – Sideshow

Pictures of Guyana. South America – Sideshow

Focus on Eco-Tourism – Click link below


The Truth About Donald Trump & The Dark, Evangelical Hypocrisy Thrust Upon President Obama

Damned If He Did … The Truth About Donald Trump & The Dark, Evangelical Hypocrisy Thrust Upon President Obama

Leslie Salzillo | Daily Kos

I often run across well-written Facebook posts that stir emotions, but today I read a piece by Craig Hardegree that went beyond and felt more like a bolt to the soul.

I watched as it resonated with many in my newsfeed and my hope is to see the post reach the masses.

Rather than interject more of my own opinions about the summary other than to say I think it’s close to perfect –I’m opting to simply lay it out below, so folks can read it and judge for themselves.

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“Sadness has no end” by Brazilian Poet Eli Macuxi – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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Cereia by Carmezia Emiliano - Indigenous Macuxi - Roraima - Brazil

My Poetry Corner September 2017 features the poem “Sadness has no end” (Tristeza não tem fim) by Brazilian poet and educator Elisangela Martins, who self-identifies as Eli Macuxi or Elimacuxi. She teaches history and art criticism at the Federal University of Roraima located in Boa Vista, capital of the state.

Fascinated by verse since childhood, Elimacuxi began writing poetry in fifth grade. At fifteen, she dreamed of having her work read and studied by others. “But the desire was totally blunted by the pessimistic awareness of reality,” confides the poet on her blog. “I was a skinny teenager, without luck of getting a job, studying at a night school on the periphery, ‘daughter of a drunkie,’ with lots of younger siblings. To be a writer? Poet? It was laughable.”

While she earned her Bachelor’s degree and then Masters in History, her love for poetry never waned. In 2013…

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Hurricane Harvey Shows What Climate Disruption-Amplified Flooding Can Do

Hurricane Harvey Shows What Climate Disruption-Amplified Flooding Can Do

Texas- Hurricane Harvey damage

Tropical Storm Harvey, which made landfall near Corpus Christi last Friday as a Category 4 hurricane, has stalled over south-central Texas and has been dumping record levels of rain on this population-dense area. The area flooded in Texas, as of Sunday, was, staggeringly, the size of Lake Michigan. At the time of this writing, 450,000 Texans were expected to seek disaster aid.

Meteorologist Eric Holthaus tweeted last week,

“Since the 1950s, Houston has seen a 167% increase in heavy downpours. #Harvey could bring the worst one yet.”

Unfortunately for the people of south Texas, Holthaus was spot on. More than 30 inches of rain have fallen, with an additional 15-25 inches expected in the coming days.

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Education: St. Stanislaus College excels at CSEC and CAPE in 2017

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