Daily Archives: April 1, 2019

INCREDIBLE PICTURES OF GUYANA – click to view

Stabroek Market. Georgetown. Guyana.

INCREDIBLE PICTURES OF GUYANA

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TRUMP and BREXIT Proved This Book Prophetic: – “The Revolt of the Public”Murtaza Hussain | The Intercept

By Murtaza Hussain | The Intercept

ACROSS THE WORLD, the reputation of elites and their institutions is in free fall. A flood of online information has given the public unprecedented access to elite individuals in politics, media, academia, science, business, and an array of other fields. Thanks to tools like social media, the activist public has greater proximity to its supposed mandarin class than ever before.

What this newfound intimacy has revealed has not always been flattering. Many of those who had been held up as elites in their fields have, upon closer examination by the public, been revealed as mediocre, incompetent, buffoonish, and, in some cases, possibly unhinged. At the same time, the public, for all its passion, has also revealed itself to be vulnerable to conspiracy theories, disinformation, and outbreaks of hysteria.      Continue reading

Linden Fund USA (LFU) – Annual Breakfast – Brooklyn NY – May 18, 2019

“Fault Lines” – Poem by St. Lucian Poet Kendel Hippolyte – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Front Cover: Fault Lines by Kendel Hippolyte
Cover Art by Cecil Fevrier

My Poetry Corner April
2019
features the poem “Fault Lines” from the poetry collection, Fault Lines, by Kendel Hippolyte, a
poet, playwright, and director. Born in the Eastern Caribbean Island of St.
Lucia in 1952, he lived in Jamaica in the 1970s, where he explored his talents
in writing plays and poetry. After earning his bachelor’s degree in 1976 at the
University of the West Indies Mona campus, he returned to St. Lucia.

Four poetry collections have followed his first publication in 1980. Fault Lines – published by the UK publisher, Peepal Tree Press, in 2012 – won the 2013 OCM Bocas (Caribbean Literature) Prize for Poetry. In 2000, he was awarded the St. Lucia Medal of Merit for Contribution to the Arts.

Since retiring from teaching theater arts and literature at the Sir Arthur Lewis…

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Golf Tournament to aid Baramita in Guyana- Beaverton ON – June 15, 2019

Download: Golf for Guyana- Baramita Project – June 15. 2019

Our group operates under FOOD FOR THE POOR, CANADA.

Download: Baramita Project Outline. FFTP May 2019

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