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GIHR NEWS – Emancipation Edition 2015 Newsletter- Download

Guyana Institute  for Historical Research (GIHR)

Download: GIHR News Emancipation 2015 Edition

Inside – 

  1. David Hinds, ‘On being Black’.
  2. Elton McRae, ‘Cuffy 250 Committee’
  3. Nigel Westmaas, ‘The African-Guyanese Press’.
  4. Hazel Woolford, Gender, African-Guyanese women and politics in contemporary Guyanese society, 1953-2015’
  5. Chronology of African-Guyanese History : 1626-2015
  6. KIDS History Vacation School    Continue reading

St. Stanislaus & St. Rose’s Alumni – OCTOBERFETE – Queen’s Village NY – October 10, 2015

St Stanislaus and St. Roses fete NYC

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St. Stanislaus & St. Rose’s Alumni – OCTOBERFETE – Queen’s Village NY – October 10, 2015   

GUYANA – Budget Debate and Latest News – 21 August 2015

 GUYANA – Budget Debate and Latest News – 21 August 2015

CIMBUX Free Family Fun Day – Hyattsville MD – Sunday August 23, 2015

CIMBUX Free Family Fun Day – Hyattsville MD – Sunday August 23, 2015

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CIMBUX 2015 Fun Day – Click to Enlarge

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GCA 2015 AWARDEES

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GCA 2015 AWARDEES:  DOWNLOAD – 2015 GCA AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT

GCA recognizes the creative gifts of individuals and their supporting enablers through its annual Awards.  2015 showcases literary,   performing and visual artistes along with community and cultural enablers under a panoply of creativity evoking distinct Guyanese sensitivities.  Their individual craftsmanship is literal and intellectual.  Concepts are transformed into impactful reality. The substance of their contributions to society is evident by notable accomplishments.

The selected GCA Awardees vary in age from less than a dozen years to more than three score and ten.  In that range there is academic excellence, athleticism and authorship; fashion designing and choreography; video-performance; stage and movie acting; dance;  visual artistry;  definitive journalism;  sculpting;  enabling community change;  and outstanding leadership impacting cultural activities positively.  Continue reading

GCA Caribbean Heritage Summer Workshop Series – 2015 Newspaper

Download: Summer Workshop Series 2015 NEWSPAPER

GCA Caribbean HeritageSummer Workshop 2015

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GCA CARIBBEAN HERITAGE SUMMER WORKSHOP SERIES:

ARTS IN THE COMMUNITY

The GCA 2015 – Arts in the Community 
A CARIBBEAN HERITAGE SUMMER WORKSHOP SERIES, OPEN TO ALL
 
THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS
This comprehensive series of master classes follows the mission of Guyana Cultural Association of New York, Inc.  Its curriculum is based on the dedication of this organization and its offshoot, Guyana Folk Festival, to preserve, promote and propagate the rich cultural heritage and folklore of Guyana.
Although the focus is the multiethnic culture of Guyana, this series explores any and all connections among the various territories of the Caribbean region and the Diaspora.

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Beacon Healthcare School – 10th Anniversary GALA – Brooklyn, NY – September 24, 2015

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Beacon Healthcare School – GALA – Brooklyn, NY – September 24, 2015

10 th Anniversary – Fundraiser and Awards Ceremony

Godfrey Chin Prize – Heritage Journalism – 2015 winners

Godfrey Chin Prize - 2015 winners

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Godfrey Chin Prize – Heritage Journalism – 2015 winners

Central High School Alumni Asso.- Guyana Chapter (CHAAG) – Guyanese Reunion – 2016

CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL – Alumni Association of Guyana – (Guyana  Chapter)   

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Central High School Alumni Association- Guyana Chapter (CHAAG) is in its forward planning stage and we are delighted to inform that the process is moving along.  The local chapter remains resolute to deliver a truly memorable Guyanese Reunion in 2016.

With that in view, we are especially mindful of having ALL of our contemporaries attend this activity. The activities were designed to enable all to have a time of connecting and reflecting. As such, the following will be the flow of events for the period;  Continue reading

Guyana Christian Charities (GCC) Fall Dance – Toronto – September 19, 2015

GCC Fall Dance- Sept 19

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Guyana Christian Charities Fall Dance – Toronto – September 19, 2015

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  • provide aid and assistance to the poor and needy, sometimes through organisations/ hospitals
  • raise funds in our community through our Annual Food and Bake Sale, our Dances, cash and memorial donations
  • collect and ship donated articles such as books, computers, toys etc to various organisations in Guyana  
  • provide long term support to the orphanages, the Burn Care Unit of the Georgetown Hospital
Groups, communties and individuals throughout Guyana – from the coastlands to the Rupununi. To date, the list of organisations supported totals over 60. These include:

  • Hospitals –  Missions –  Schools -Orphanages
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