In May 1966 Guyana untangled itself from colonial rule with celebrations throughout the country.
Photos by Jannelle Williams Diwali – the Festival of Lights is celebrated by Hindus across the globe primarily with rows of lights that illuminate the world on what is considered to be the darkest night of the year.
Under the theme ‘Quality Education Leadership: Improving Schools from Within,’ Education Month 2015 was celebrated in Guyana in September.
Story and photos by Jannelle Williams As The World Beyond Georgetown made its way to the Berbice Bridge access road which intersects the village, 19-year-old Darren Stuart was seen plying his trade, selling chips and other homemade snacks to passersby.
Story and photos by Jannelle Williams Some 7.5km from New Amsterdam the village of Palmyra begins with a cluster of houses that take on a housing scheme kind of look.
By Jannelle Williams Much like a baton in a relay race, cultural traditions are passed from generation to generation.
(Part 2) Second Phase Development of the second phase of the Fort Ordnance Housing Scheme is now beginning to take shape.
For some, fishing is a sport, a hobby or a nice relaxing way to pass the time on a Sunday afternoon.