Category Archives: History

January 2018 – Niagara Falls and Hudson River Freezes: What is the REAL Cause? – Video

Niagara Falls and Hudson River Freezes, Warm Air is the Cause ! … according to the Media.

Adapt 2030 – Published on Jan 8, 2018

The media is feeding record warm records and talking about heat anomalies while referencing the recent record cold across Canada and the USA that broke thousands of all time cold records dating back 100-200 years.        Continue reading

Ancestral Footprints: East Indian Indentureship – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Ancestral Footprints: East Indian Indentureship – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

If you took a plane from JFK Air- port to Calcutta the chances are you will be tired by the time you get there. On May 5th 1838 the history of the Caribbean changed dramatically as 396 East Indians landed on the shores of British Guiana. This was no joyride and there was no time for niceties.

The journey from Calcutta to British Guiana was fraught with hardships, and like the slave ships of an earlier era there were deaths on the way. The two ships that landed were the Whitby and the Hesperus. Their cargo was to usher in a new form of slavery that changed the complexion of the colony.

READ MORE: Ancestral Footprints- East Indian Indentureship – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Beyond Race: 8 Other Important Lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Kevin Matthews | Care2

Beyond Race: 8 Other Important Lessons from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Kevin Matthews | Care2

Editor’s note: This Care2 favorite was originally posted on January 21, 2013. Enjoy!

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will always be remembered for his leadership in the crusade for racial equality. And while that plight alone would be worthy of several holidays, the truth is that Dr. King’s calls for justice went well beyond skin color. Those who use MLK Day merely as an opportunity to pat themselves on the back for the racial progress this country has made are missing the larger picture. Yes, we’ve elected an African American president, but King’s work is still far from done. To honor King’s legacy, let’s reflect on some of the less-remembered lessons he shared:      Continue reading

Opinion: This Is How Ignorant You Have To Be To Call Haiti a ‘shithole’

This Is How Ignorant You Have To Be To Call Haiti a ‘shithole’

President Trump’s defenders don’t know anything about Haiti’s history — or the USA’s

Jonathan M. Katz | The Washington Post

The president of the United States of America had no respect for Haiti. He could see as well as anyone following the news that the country was a basket case — racked by political unrest, filthy, incapable of handling its own affairs. There was no doubt his opinion of the black republic was informed by his blatant racism, which included praising members of the Ku Klux Klan.    Continue reading

China’s Food Production Strategy for the Solar Minimum | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035 – video

 

China’s Food Production Strategy for the New Grand Solar Minimum | Mini Ice Age 2015-2035
Adapt 2030
  – Published on Mar 23, 2015

China’s Food Production Strategy for the New Grand Solar Minimum. What is their Knowledge of Solar Minimums and Climate Change since trading for 2000+ years to faraway destinations? Do they know what the climate in Africa will change to this solar minimum and is why they are investing so heavily in North Africa for future food production areas? http://www.landscheidt.info/    Continue reading

Guyana Cultural Association of Montreal – “Speakers for the Dead” – February 25, 2018

Guyana Cultural Association of Montreal
Association Culturelle Guyanaise de Montréal

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH

The Guyana Cultural Association of Montreal
invites members, supporters and the wider community to their

ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH MOVIE PRESENTATION
“Speakers for the Dead”

DATE: Sunday, February 25, 2018 Time: 4:00 p. m. SHARP

VENUE: St. Paul’s Anglican Church Hall Metro: Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Bus: #129 3970, de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine

READ MORE   2018 CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH -MONTREAL

Why China and India face a marriage crisis | The Economist

Why China and India face a marriage crisis | The Economist

The Economist –  Published on Apr 23, 2015

Why America still uses Fahrenheit- Video

Why America still uses Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit, explained to the rest of the world

Celebrating the Life of Neil Chan A.A. – A Guyana Cultural Icon

CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF A CULTURAL ICON
Neil V.I.M. Chan, A.A.

Neil Chan 1929-2018

November 4, 1929 – January 5, 2018

Neil Vibert Ignatius Michael Chan was born on November 4, 1929 to parents Solomon Chan and Ruby Beckles in Georgetown, Guyana. He had one brother Hubert and sister Patricia who both predeceased him. Neil and his devoted wife, Sheila, shared fifty eight years of marriage based on love, devotion and mutual respect.

Neil Chan had many interests, including,  sports, culture, music and business.         Continue reading

Hidden Areas of Oppression – By Eusi Kwayana

Hidden Areas of Oppression

By Eusi Kwayana

The accusations of sexual harassment against a top Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein have turned out to be the occasion or opportunity for large numbers of women of some strata only,  to go public about what they have suffered at the hands of  immature males. And maturity has nothing to do with age. A thoughtful previewer of this statement feels that ” immaturity” is too moderate a term for these offences .

I plead blamable for moderation. What I mean by immaturity is to insist that although these offenders have political, administrative and celebrity power, humanly speaking they are, like all felons, not developed.  Here could be men they command that may be more human than they.    Continue reading

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