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The Most Endangered Tribe on Earth by Vanity Fair
On one of the last islands of intact rain forest in Brazil’s eastern Amazon, the Awá Indians face the seemingly inexorable eradication of their home. Even the legal victory that deeded them the land hasn’t stopped the ruthless felling of trees by forces they can’t even comprehend. Photographer Sebastião Salgado captures the Awá’s world, while Alex Shoumatoff hits the forest trails with the most endangered tribe on earth.
Georgetown. (11. 12. 13) – The search for the contestant to represent Guyana at Miss World Guyana 2014 has commenced via the launching of the organization’s new website Miss World Guyana.
“Revival for Excellence through Education” by Dr. Desiree DeFlorimonte Keynote Speaker at CIMBUX 14th Biennial Reunion
14th Biennial Reunion
Theme: “Revival for Excellence through Education”
November 9, 2013
Dr. Desiree DeFlorimonte, Keynote Speaker
The staff at Guyana Graphic are very saddened to hear of the death of Ms. Gail Ng-A-Kien the wife of retired Motor Racing Champion Clive Ng-A-Kien.
We offer our sincere condolences to the family and wish them peace and great emotional strength in their time of grief.
The Cuffy 250 Committee, CIMBUX and Friends of EUSI invite you to a panel discussion with Bro. Eusi Kwayana, Dr. David Hinds, Bro. Baba Mosi and George Abrams
Raymond Hall wins Mens (40-44) 4x100 relay in the World Masters Athletic Championship held in Porto Allegre, Brazil
Raymond Hall, businessman and entrepreneur who was born in Georgetown Guyana and now residing in Atlanta, Georgia won a Gold medal representing the USA running the first leg in the Mens' (age 40-44) 4x100 relay in the World Masters Athletic Championship held in Porto Allegre, Brazil.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray issued a proclamation declaring Nov. 1, 2013, as Kojo Nnamdi Day in the District of Columbia. The announcement celebrates Kojo's 15 years broadcasting on WAMU 88.5.
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Posting Title: Assistant Counsel II
Location: Jackson Graham - 2nd Floor
Union Code: NRP
Salary Range: $99,695 - $149,543
Opening Date: 10/24/2013
Public Notice – Consular Section Closure
The Consular Section of the Embassy of the United States of America, Georgetown, Guyana will be closed to the public for training activities on Friday, October 25, 2013 and on Friday, November 01, 2013.