Think on That

Diaspora wars

The hate I see for Haitians transcends xenophobia. The kin of Toussaint Louverture appear to be seen as a threat.

Eating from an empty bowl

In every nation, there are starving people. Whether the hunger is for sustenance, a fair share of the pie, knowledge or respect, that which sustains us is not equally distributed or guaranteed to all.

All is not well in Guyana

Last week the world celebrated Diwali. Diwali is a celebration of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance.

No end in sight

There seems to be no foreseeable end to COVID-19. Nations such as the UK have recently again imposed lockdowns after relaxing some of the COVID measures for some months.

To love my fellow citizens

Most of us have likely not experienced intolerable levels of hardship, such as trying to live in man-made swamps, resulting from lands being deliberately flooded with foul smelling water that could possibly cause disease.

When will we change the story?

Sunday, September 13th, 2020 Parade Ground George-town was the first scene of another display of weeping and mourning that would continue along the East Coast of Demerara and culminate in Berbice.

Healing of the Nation

The election process finally concluded last Sunday with the People’s Progressive Party/Civic being declared the winner.

The relevance

Black Lives Matter murals were painted this week on streets in Berbice, Bartica and Georgetown.

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