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"Demerara Gold" the popular one woman show featuring Ingrid Griffith is being hosted by Cambridge Academy Alumni Association - International (CAAAI) in Washington DC as part of their fundraising campaign
Proceeds from this event will assist in providing for CAAAI's adopted schools in Georgetown, Guyana.
Sat, 04/18/2015 - 18:00 - 20:00
St. Paul's Episcopal Church Center
201 Allison St. NW Washington DC 20011
This video shows a drive through Georgetown in 1983. The tour winds its way through the capital city depicting scenes of everyday life, and ultimately finds its way to the famous Guyana Seawall.
The Guyana Trades Union Congress extends Phagwah Greetings to all Guyanese, especially our Hindu brothers and sisters. As Guyanese celebrate this holy event we are reminded its significance lies in success over wrong doings. As the Hindu community uses this season to celebrate such triumph, all Guyanese in joining in this event are urged to remember triumph comes through hard work.
Albert (Zick) Eustace Isaacs died on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at age 73 in Ontario, Canada.
Albert was born in Guyana to the late Albert (Sr.) and Irma Isaacs, and was the brother of Yvette, Garth and the late Michael Isaacs.
Albert was a pilot at Guyana Airways, then immigrated to Canada in 1975.
Charmayne Maxwell, better known as Maxee, member of the Grammy-nominated 1990s R&B group Brownstone died after a mysterious fall on Saturday February 28. She was 46 years old.
You are invited to attend an APNU/AFC Coalition fundraiser - "Unity In Diversity"
Sat, 03/14/2015 - 20:00 - 23:45
530 Rockaway Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11212
Patriotic Guyanese-American Wayne Forde has released a new video titled “Change We Can Embrace- A Vision of Hope” which envisions a future where Guyana is no longer a third world country but takes its place in the world as a developed country.
Secretary of State
February 22, 2015
On behalf of President Obama and the American people, I congratulate the people of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana as you celebrate 45 years of independence on February 23.
Your nation will hold national elections this year. I am confident that it will serve as an example of the peaceful exercise of the right to vote. Your actions will strengthen the entire region’s commitment to democratic institutions.
APNU-AFC Coalition presents a Ten-Point Programme for Democracy, Development and National Unity - Press release
The APNU and AFC pledged to lead Guyana forward into a new era of accountability, human safety, financial probity, governmental transparency, parliamentary democracy and national unity among other things. The Coalition partners promised that, with the formation of a government of national unity, they would implement a programme of governance, the main elements of which will be:
February 20 marks the birth date of Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham (LFSB). While some use the date to reflect on his life and work, some use it to continue vilifying him. LFSB remains one of the most misunderstood leaders of our time.