Conversation between Eusi Kwayana and Malcolm Rodrigues

Moray House Trust yesterday hosted a conversation between veteran politician, Eusi Kwayana and Jesuit Priest Father Malcolm Rodrigues.

A release from Moray House said that Kwayana, provided “enthralling insights into his life and work as a Buxtonian (by choice, as he put it, if not by birth) in community and educational work and in politics in the 1940s and 1950s. It was an extraordinary and fascinating excursion into an age when youthful enthusiasm and imagination and patriotism began the process of freeing Guyana from colonial rule. This was vivid history in the telling — an evening to remember.

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Moray House Trust will post video clips of the evening on its website (www.morayhousetrust.com) and YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6sdaywVZ80fX5QV2-F3E7w) in due course.“

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