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Where are the Elders? Our young people need them – By Yvonne Sam

Where are the Elders? Our young people need them
– By Yvonne Sam

I have always been one who strives to speak the truth as it is and not refer to a spade as a garden tool rather than by its correct nomenclature a spade.

I know for a fact that the statements that follow may be a hard pill to swallow but then again pill taking is always a start to situational or conditional remediation. Looking at the recent spate of heinous crimes being committed by young people in Guyana I cannot help but join in the journey towards an answer. Our young people are in desperate need of leadership and for the elders to display guidance in order to navigate through life as it exists in present day Guyana.      Continue reading

Ex-Altar Servers & Guyana Mass Committee – Dance – Brooklyn NY – June 16. 2018

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Triple Play – Leyles Restaurant -Thornhill Ontario- April 21st 2018

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Folks…  Triple Play will be appearing @ Leyle’s Restaurant on Saturday April 21st 2018. Please join us for an evening of great music and fun. Free parking no cover charge and special dinner menu available. See flyer below for more information or the web site

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The Souls of Poor Folk: A National Call for Moral Revival – Rosaliene Bacchus

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Poor Peoples Campaign - A National Call for Moral Revival 2018
Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival
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I’m finding it hard to stay abreast of all the upheaval triggered by our Twitter-in-Chief. His tweets and threats boggle my mind, create instability across our nation, and embolden our rivals and enemies overseas.

While our bombs turn the Middle East into rubble, people at the bottom rungs in America face their own hell. This month, the Institute for Policy Studies has published its empirical study, The Souls of Poor Folk, highlighting the complex issues that entangle our lives: systemic racism, persistent poverty, the war economy and militarism, and ecological devastation. Here are some of their key findings.

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Guyana Ex-Police Asso. of Canada- Dinner Dance – Toronto- May 5. 2018

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St. Joseph’s High Alumni – Annual Spring Dance – Toronto – June 9, 2018

Download: St. Joseph’s High Alumni – Annual Spring Dance – Toronto – June 9, 2018

Triple Play and Fuh-Fun Dance -Toronto Caribana Sunday – August 5, 2018

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St. Stanislaus College Alumni – Toronto- CARIBJAM DANCE – August 3. 2018

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Favorite Songs from Dave Martins & The Tradewinds – Music Video

Favorite Songs from Dave Martins & The Tradewinds

Breakfast Morning to help St. Stephen’s School in Guyana – Brooklyn NY – May 19. 2018


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