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Download:  DIASPORA TIMES OCTOBER-Final for circulation

Diaspora TimesContent:   PAGE 3: Not a blade o’ grass     PAGE 4-5: Extracts from President Granger’s address to the UN      PAGE 6-8: Venezuela File      PAGE 9: Chronicle calls out PPP     PAGE 10-11: Amerindians owned it      PAGE 12: Development & the Diaspora      PAGE 13: The President, Prime Minister, Vice Presidents & Ministers       PAGE 14: How much money does a politician need?       PAGE 15: Government’s turn to trust the people.       PAGE 16-17: Do we know where our children are?       PAGE 18-19: How Diaspora improves children’s education.      PAGE 20: If it was wrong then, it is wrong now.      PAGE 21-22: New hope for unity …      PAGE 23: A goobie is not a calabash      PAGE 24-25: Remittances      PAGE 26: Guyana’s transformational leadership      PAGE 27: What our readers write.      PAGE 28: Guyana news summary.  Continue reading

CaribbeanGraphic – Oct. 21 2015 Edition now available

CaribbeanGraphic – Oct. 21 2015 Edition now available

Click here to get the Oct 21 2015 online edition. Click here for the Oct 21 2015 pdf version, best for offline reading.
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Grenadian-born Celina Wins Whitby For Trudeau’s Liberals!celina-caesar-chavannes

Grenadian-born Celina Caesar-Chavannes was one of the Ontario victors as the Justin Trudeau led Liberals swept to a majority win the October 19 Federal Elections. Caesar-Chavannes edged out Conservative incumbent MP Pat Perkins in the former Tory stronghold of Whitby. The race went down to the wire as Caesar-Chavannes built on her previous gains established in a 2014 by-election in the redrawn riding.  
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Caribbean Graphic Newspaper – Volume 9 • Number 17 • Sept 30, 2015

Caribbean Graphic 9-17

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Guyanese Online entry #5800

Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter – September 2015

Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter – September 2015

Hi All:

Please enjoy a copy of Buxton-Friendship Express for September 2015. You may download the attached PDF file or click on the following link:

Lorna Campbell .  Editor

Buxton-Friendship Express

Download PDF file at: Buxton-FriendshipExpress2015-09

Also note below the upcoming Exotic Wild Meat Soiree in Brooklyn, NY on October 11, 2015 [click flyer to enlarge]

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Caribbean Graphic – Sept 16 Edition is now available

Caribbean Graphic – Sept 16 Edition is now available

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Click here to get the Sept 16 2015 online edition. Click here for the Sept. 16 2015 PDF version, best for offline reading.

Granger’s Guyana Seeking Economic Independence

Remarking that his country can be found on two continents, because “25% of us live in South America while the other 75% live in North America,” Guyana’s President David Arthur Granger, told a Toronto love-in audience of approximately 700 Guyanese Canadians that his new Government was committed to pursuing economic independence for the country in the immediate future.

President Granger, who’s Toronto return was the fulfillment of a promise made during his pre-Election visit last April, told the September 12 Gala Dinner audience that his government is committed to diversifying the country’s economy to make it less reliant on its traditional exports of raw national resources such as sugar, rice, gold and timber. Continue reading

DIASPORA TIMES NEWSLETTER – August 24, 2015 – An APNU-AFC Publication

DIASPORA TIMES NEWSLETTER – August 24, 2015 – An APNU-AFC Publication

Diaspora Times - August 2015Download: DIASPORA Times AUG. ISSUE-Circulate

Contents:  PAGE 3: The Chinese also came     PAGE 4-5: Approaching Venezuela implosion     PAGE 6-13: Budget 2015    PAGE 14: Cricket and the 50th anniversary    PAGE 15: Learning and Diaspora    PAGE 16: The Search for a better life.    PAGE 17: The Law: Govt. must tread carefully    PAGE 18-19: Racial harmony possible?    PAGE 20: The change that is unity.    PAGE 21: The Legacy    PAGE 22-23: Green City Winds of change    PAGE 24: Where are you from?    PAGE 25: Promised land.    PAGE 26: Why worry?    PAGE 27-28: News Flash.   Continue reading

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

GCA Caribbean Heritage Summer Workshop Series – 2015 Newspaper

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GCA Caribbean HeritageSummer Workshop 2015

GCA Caribbean HeritageSummer Workshop 2015 – Click to enlarge



The GCA 2015 – Arts in the Community 
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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Guyana Cultural Association of New York Inc. on-line Magazine – July 2015

GCA-July2015GCA New York On-Line Magazine – July 2015     [DOWNLOAD]


Summer arrived at our doorstep with characteristic warmth and expectancy, and happiness abounds. With some trepidation, we also acknowledge that half of the year is gone. But we have no time to despair. As we look around, we see faces that glow in the sunshine; children running through sprinklers to cool down from the heat, families gathering on beaches and fun parks; our very own Summer Workshop in full swing with the formation of new bonds of friendship as our children spend time together.

Yes, this is our pleasure – this wonderful summer break before we confront the next season, or it confronts us! With the cooperating weather and the deluge of activities choked into a mere few months, GCA throws its doors wide open to showcase another season of activity that builds on the longevity of our purpose and supports our theme, We Bridgin’. And the excitement has already begun.  Continue reading

Guyana Cultural Asso. New York- April 2015 On-Line Magazine

 Guyana Cultural Asso. New York- April 2015 On-Line Magazine

GCC-NY April 2015

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR  – Lear Matthews – April Editor.

Greetings! Wah happenin dey?…..We are grateful for the continued support of our patrons and delighted to welcome new readers, as the long anticipated spring blooms fresh daffodils, tulips and water lilies in both our adopted home and our dear land of rivers, streams, savannahs and majestic mountains. A country as rich in tradition as its natural resources, yearning for transformation that would unleash its real potential, and to which many in the Diaspora will truly call “home” again.

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