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Granger supports PPP’s “national alliance policy”; AFC calls it “a delaying tactic”

Granger supports PPP’s “national alliance policy”

 - prepared to sit and talk with ruling party

David Granger

David Granger

September 1, 2014 | BY KNEWS | Some critics got it wrong this time when they assumed that Opposition Leader, David Granger would be worried about government’s recent move in calling for a national alliance, which according to its PPP General Secretary, Clement Rohee, has been well received thus far.

In fact, Granger told this publication that he would not seek to checkmate the People’s Progressive Party’s (PPP) move, which apparently came in light of looming early general elections. The Leader of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) said that he fully supports the policy for he believes that it is quite desirable.

Granger asserted that the APNU was established three years ago with the aim of creating a government of national unity but its call was not supported by the PPP at that time, for they were still wedded to the winner-takes-all attitude.  Continue reading

White Media Falsely Link Brooklyn Shootings to West Indian Day Parade

White Media Falsely Link Brooklyn Shootings to West Indian Day Parade

NYC Mayor Bill deBlasio and his family dance at the 2014 West Indian American Day Carnival.

NYC Mayor Bill deBlasio and his family dance at the 2014 West Indian American Day Carnival.

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Tues. Sept. 2, 2014: Is it racist or simply stupid that five shootings in Brooklyn that occurred in the wee hours of Monday morning were automatically linked by white-owned media entities in New York City to the West Indian American Day Carnival?

The carnival, the largest in North America which draws a large percentage of black Caribbean immigrants annually for the past 47 years, kicked off at 11 a.m. yesterday at Schenectady and Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, NY. But shootings that occurred at 3:30 a.m. and 4:45 a.m., respectively, were quickly linked to the Carnival. Continue reading

‘Taste of Guyana’ – Tampa Bay Florida – Sept 27, 2014

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Guyanese Cultural Network of Tampa Bay Inc

Guyana Catholics and Friends Annual Mass 2014 – Jamaica NY. – October 12, 2014

Guyana Catholics and Friends Annual Mass 2014

The Church of Immaculate Conception,

86-45 Edgerton Blvd, Jamaica, NY, 11432.

WHEN : Sunday, October 12th, 2014 at 3 p.m.

Celebrant : Most Reverend, Bishop Francis Alleyne, OSB.

The Mass collection will be used to support the many projects

presently being undertaken by the Diocese of Georgetown.

 Everyone attending the mass is asked to be generous with their

contribution. Home cooked meals, sandwiches, beverages and snacks

are all welcomed and should be brought to the church hall.

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ART: ‘Weights and Measures: New Work’ by Carl E. Hazlewood – September 9-27, 2014

carl hazlewood- at work

Carl Hazlewood at work…

‘WEIGHTS AND MEASURES: NEW WORK’ by CARL E. HAZLEWOOD –  opens at Salena Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn.
Opening reception: Tuesday, September 9,  2014, 6 – 8 p.m.  The exhibition runs through September 27, 2014.

“Most experiences are unsayable, they happen in a space that no word has ever entered, and more unsayable than all other things are works of art.”   - Rainer Maria Rilke.

Guyana-born multimedia artist, Carl E. Hazlewood, continues his recent approach of making work for a particular exhibition space. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES is a ‘high-wire act’ between the ephemeral and the permanent; it balances a weightiness of effect against a measured lightness of presentation. The artist says, “I seek the natural ‘poetry’ found in various everyday materials and whatever ‘significant’ formal structures that can be activated by the combination of materials, artist, and viewer.”
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Grenada and St Lucia in top ten countries where people drink the most booze

Grenada and St Lucia in top ten countries where people drink the most booze
Published on September 2, 2014 – caribbeannewsnow.com
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GENEVA, Switzerland — The World Health Report has released the results of its 15-year global alcohol consumption survey, and two Caribbean nations – Grenada (#5) and Saint Lucia (#9) – appear in the top ten countries ranked by per capita consumption. The Bahamas is #22.

The per capita yearly pure alcohol consumption in Grenada is 12.4 liters; in other words, researchers looked at all the different drinks people consume solely in terms of their alcohol content, which eliminates differences between wine, beer and spirits. That works out to between three and four drinks per person every single day.  Continue reading

CCADA Fundraising Dance – Toronto – September 6, 2011

CCADA Dance Sept 6, 2014

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Concerned Citizens Against Domestic Abuse CCADA
Fall Fundraising Dance

Friends, we invite you once again to an evening of fun, music, and good times for a cause most worthy and dear to caring hearts …and minds. We are looking forward to your support at our September 6, 2014 Fire & Ice Fundraiser at the WEST ROUGE COMMUNITY CENTRE, 270 Rouge Hills Dr., Scarborough, ON MIC 2Z1, CANADA.

Cover Charge $25.  Refreshments on sale. Tickets available from: Debbie Rambali 416.558.1344:  Janice Harrison 905.456.8453:  Clive Ng-A-Kien 647.457.9504:  Martin James 416.276.7411. Continue reading

GUYANESE ONLINE – Most Popular Entries – August 2014

GUYANESE ONLINE – MOST POPULAR ENTRIES – AUGUST 2014  –  (Full list)       New Entries for August = 100    Total Entries to date 4,205

Total views for August = 86,157  – All-time Total views = 2,438,263

  1. Home page / Archives
  2. GUYANA and CARIBBEAN RECIPES
  3. CHINESE ADVICE TO 50-YEAR OLDS & OLDER
  4. Guyanese doctor wins US$2.5M Pioneer Award
  5. Old Jet Magazines – from 1950 onwards – updated
  6. Photos of Guyana – by Francis Quamina Farrier
  7. Fruits of Trinidad and Tobago – and Guyana
  8. “I will Follow Him” – by a Nun’s Choir – conductor Andre Rieu – video
  9. Beautiful Georgetown, Guyana – photo
  10. Africa: Beware of China’s $$$ – NYT commentary
  11. Botlahle: Age 11 – Winner Of South Africa’s Talent 2012 – 3 videos
  12. Guyana: More Pictures of Fruits and Vegetables  Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol News Videos – September 29, 2014

Guyana: Capitol News Videos – September 29, 2014

  • Coalition will not dilute AFC says David Granger of APNU
  • PUC begins hearing on proposed landline hike
  • Fugitive Guyanese drug smuggler in US Court
  • Stiffer Penalties for Child Abuse
  • Dino Bouterse of Suriname changes Plea
  • Sports
Coalition will not dilute AFC says David Granger of APNUPosted: 29 Aug 2014 02:10 PM PDT
PUC begins hearing on proposed landline hikePosted: 29 Aug 2014 02:09 PM PDT Continue reading

Politics and the Guyana Middle Class – By Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

The middle class, which supported the PPP in 1950 and was heavily represented in its leadership, began to divide on the basis of the ethno-political developments after 1955. This division and consolidation matured only in the early 1960s.

During this process Burnham saw the importance of the middle class, particularly the African middle class. He courted the United Democratic Party, which was the political expression of the League of Coloured People and eventually merged with it. According to some critics of the PPP, Jagan signaled the need for a similar outreach in his 1954 Congress speech.

If this is so then it is evidence that both leaders saw the importance of capturing the support of the middle class, or rather, that section of the middle class which they expected to be sympathetic. Continue reading

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