Daily Archives: January 6, 2020

Guyana Politics: PPP/C launches election campaign for 2020 polls

Hundreds of its supporters, decked in red shirts with PPP/C logos, shouted and screamed for party frontbenchers Bharrat Jagdeo, Irfaan Ali and Mark Phillips.

There are several notable mentions. ………  Bishop Juan Edghill gave an impassioned, sermon-like speech, addressing a stigma on the PPP/C from some sections of the public that it may not be a party welcoming to African Guyanese. He stressed a firm rebuke for those aspersions on the reputation of the PPP/C, then went on to list a number of African Guyanese party members as proof that it is welcoming.            Continue reading

Trinidad: Unrepentant TT$28m pastor tells his church – “Is you give it to me”

Third Ex­o­dus As­sem­bly

Third Ex­o­dus As­sem­bly
“If they want to be­lieve that’s $28 mil­lion that’s them. Is you give it to me,” he said mo­tion­ing to the con­gre­ga­tion.              Continue reading

Cricket: The Single Letter That Altered a Sport and Changed Lives – Mike Atherton, Chief Cricket Correspondent | The Times UK

   — By Mike Atherton, Chief Cricket Correspondent | The Times UK

This happy conclusion — an honest man of high cricketing gifts against the forces of racism, his passage to freedom, taking his wife and children with him, and his example to millions of others — has given me one of the greatest feelings of joy from any episode in my life.” John Arlott, 1980.

It is a steep walk up to Signal Hill. Head out from District Six, whose inhabitants were evicted during the apartheid era, find Wale Street, with its pretty pastel-coloured houses, head left up the cobbled streets, climbing all the time, and eventually you will get to Upper Bloem Street, near the brow of the hill. Above you, looms the majestic Table Mountain. Below, the teeming city of Cape Town.  Continue reading

Buxton/Friendship Museum Archives & Culture Center – Thank You and Greetings for 2020

Friends of Villages Museum & Archives Inc.

(Supporting the Buxton/Friendship Museum Archives & Culture Center)

P.O. Box 352, Lanham, Maryland USA 20768-0352

Email – friendsofvmainc.gmail.com

501(c) (3) Organization – Tax ID# 82-1835070

 The Museum is located at 35 Edmund Ford Street-Middle Street (Lower Level) in Buxton Village, East Coast Guyana.

Dear Supporters & Friends,

On behalf of the Board of Directors we wish you Happy New Year.

Also, Happy Kwanza on this last day of its celebration. IMANI- Faith, as we reflect and honor our African Ancestors.            Continue reading

Impeachment aside—Is everything all right with a Democratic field so White – By Yvonne Sam

 — By Yvonne Sam

Candidates of color out of the presidential  race by the restrictions, rules and norms in place.

On December 19, the day after President Donald Trump was impeached by the House for abuse of power, the Democratic presidential candidates held their final debate of the year at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. On the stage were Senators Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar, along with Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former Vice President Joe Biden, billionaire Tom Steyer and entrepreneur Andrew Yang, the only non-white contender.  Visibly absent from the lineup was Cory Booker and Kamala Harris who regrettably is completely out of the race, although former President Barack Obama  recently said that women were better leaders.  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/17/us/politics/democratic-debate-labor-marymount.html 

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