In the mid-20th century Guyanese artists achieved a cohesive culture which went out the window four decades ago

Dear Editor, Your readers included, I read with interest the editorial titled ‘Who are we?’ in Stabroek News, Saturday, August 31, concerning the apparent imitation by today’s Caribbean and Guyanese (youth especially) of American culture; meaning, those silly sit-com and violent TV programmes (made mainly for North Americans stressed out by a fast-paced workaholic lifestyle), a taste for MacDonald’s , Kentucky Fried, Church’s Chicken, and other fast food outlets, etc, noisy ghetto recordings, pants hanging off the buttocks, etc.