Stephen Campbell remembered for contributions to indigenous, national life

Prime Minister Samuel Hinds said late Amerindian rights advocate Stephen Campbell’s life illustrated how to overcome challenges and utilise opportunities, at an evening of reflection hosted on Tuesday at Umana Yana.

The event was hosted by the Ministry of Amerindian Affairs under the theme ‘Embracing our Identity, Celebrating our Culture’.

According to a Government Information Agency press report the prime minister referred to Campbell as “a good role model, not only for Amerindians but, all Guyanese making and earning a living,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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