Courage and compassion lives

This is not my story; I’m only the conduit.  It’s a story of individual fortitude, and of people rising to a challenge.  It was relayed to me by Andrea Salvador de Caires who runs the Karanambu Trust House in the Rupununi, and it began a few days ago when the news arrived there one morning of a chilling incident. A resident Amerindian, Davidson Vincent had been fishing around 9 am in a shallow pond near Cajuero, on Karanambu land, when his net caught on what he thought was a piece of wood. …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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