Daily Archives: February 9, 2018

Why Public Transportation Sucks in the US – Video

Why Public Transportation Sucks in the US – Video

 

Pictorial Feature – By Francis Quamina Farrier:- 1-6 of 12 photos

Francis Quamina Farrier

Pictorial Feature – By Francis Quamina Farrier

There is that saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words”; as such, this pictorial feature is likely one of my longest articles. During the year, 2017, I have taken over a thousand photographs in many locations in Guyana, as well as abroad, so it was a bit of a challenge to select the dozen which I have submitted for publication here.

My hope is that you enjoy viewing them, as much as I enjoyed taking them. I also hope that you will find the brief stories accompanying them, interesting.

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Unpaid Black Labor Built the United States | #CreateBlackHistory

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Unpaid Black Labor Built the United States | #CreateBlackHistory

We built these damn things…Be informed. … The other side of the story.

The Caribbean Voice Invites Nominations for the El Dorado Awards

The Caribbean Voice Invites Nominations for the El Dorado Awards

Georgetown, Guyana, January 2018: The Caribbean Voice is inviting nominations for its Fourth Annual El Dorado Awards to be held in July 2016, date and venue to be announced later.

The El Dorado Awards was launched in August 2015 to recognize affirmations agents on Guyana’s social landscape (see http://www.caribvoice.org/previous-honorees.html for the list of past honorees).

Affirmation agents are individuals, businesses and organizations that give back to communities and causes, promote and support social causes and/or engage in charitable work to empower and positively impact lives.

READ MORE: Caribbean Voice Nominations- El Dorado Awards

Shell made mistake by pulling out of Guyana’s oil basin

Shell made mistake by pulling out of Guyana basin

By Bert Wilkinson – Caribbean Life News

Now that Guyana’s oil and gas basin has been deemed as one of the hottest and most exciting prospects in the world, Shell Oil has to be regretting its decision to withdraw as an investment partner with United States giant ExxonMobil, which has so far drilled six successful wells offshore Guyana worth about 3.2 billion barrels of oil, officials said Monday, Jan. 29.  Continue reading

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