Guyanese Online: NEWS ARTICLES: December 12-17, 2019

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News and Feature Items:  Dec 12-17, 2019 

Christmas Greetings from Guyanese Online – 2019


Guyana Elections: 19 parties signal interest in upcoming polls in March 2020

Guyana Politics: Rejecting the PPP’s twisted narrative – Dr. David Hinds

Guyana Politics: ‘Change Guyana’ Region 10 policy mirrors APNU+AFC’s 2015 manifesto

United States financing humanitarian aid to Venezuelan refugees in Guyana

Police and Body Cameras—Action ! Cut!  What about Citizen’s Privacy? – By Yvonne Sam

Guyana: Security cameras with facial recognition for Ports of Entry – NDMA


Guyana Education: 377 more Teachers added to the Teaching System

Guyana Business: DDL plugs G$4B plant to produce pasteurized milk and fruit juices

Police eye Lamaha St. railway embankment to relocate city bus parks

How Guyana took Christmas Cheer to the children of South Africa – by Francis Quamina Farrier

Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission (CANGO): Medical Mission to Guyana – 2019 Report

Guyana: ” Small days is still on my mind; Small days is a good good time”- By Geoff Burrowes


Aviation: Fly Jamaica files for bankruptcy protection in Jamaica

Miss Jamaica Toni-Ann Singh crowned Miss World 2019

Trinidad: New Polymer $100 Notes: ‘Barber’ goes to bank with over $1 million cash

Opinion: Dim Future For Caricom Sugar | David Jessop


UK Elections: Conservatives sweep could transform British politics – opinion

UK Elections: Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland ‘cannot be imprisoned’ in UK

U.S: The black vote is not monolithic but there is too much at stake for divisiveness – By Mohamed Hamaludin

Video: Amazing Bhutan: Free Healthcare, No Homeless People, No Traffic Lights

The Starving State: Why Capitalism’s Salvation Depends on Taxation – opinion

‘America’s Dr. Mengele’: The Jewish Biochemist Backed by the CIA Who Experimented on Thousands


“Confession” – Poem by Tunisian American Poet Leila Chatti – by Rosaliene Bacchus

Video: How Much Money Is Enough? The Story Of The Mexican Fisherman


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Eric Williams and the Anticolonial Tradition: The Making of a Diasporan Intellectual – By Maurice St Pierre

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A leader in the social movement that achieved Trinidad and Tobago’s independence from Britain in 1962, Eric Williams (1911–1981) served as its first prime minister. Although much has been written about Williams as a historian and a politician, Maurice St. Pierre is the first to offer a full-length treatment of him as an intellectual.

St. Pierre focuses on Williams’s role not only in challenging the colonial exploitation of Trinbagonians but also in seeking to educate and mobilize them in an effort to generate a collective identity in the struggle for independence.   READ MORE... and ORDER 


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