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· January, 2008

Stories about Guyana from January, 2008

Guyana: World ignores Lusignan?

Caribbean Lionesse asks: Why has the international media ignored the recent Lusignan massacre in Guyana? “Are 11 brown and black lives worth such scant attention?”

Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago: Lusignan Massacre

“I've never felt so utterly hopeless about Guyana as I do today, and it weighs all the heavier in this prolonged season of hopelessness about my own country, my own...

Barbados: Impact of CSME

While Bajan Free Press believes “the future of Barbados is inextricably linked to the future of the Caribbean region of which we are a part”, Barbados Underground says: “We will...

Guyana: Persons of Influence

Do! You! Know!!! Who Guyana-Gyal is?? You should…

Guyana: The White Line

“I read somewhere, a butterfly flutter he wings in one country and earthquake happen in another part of the world. Reality, me dear, ain't pretty like a butterfly”: Guyana-Gyal connects...

Guyana: Hearing Guyana Cry

Signifyin’ Guyana posts a poem by Guyanese poet Balwant Bhagwandin in honour of Martin Luther King Day.

Guyana: Do You Remember?

Signifyin’ Guyana posts the first part of a “nostalgia-inducing” poem…

Caribbean: Obama in Iowa

Senator Barack Obama's astounding success in Iowa - the first of the caucuses that will ultimately result in the victorious nominee from each of the two main political parties going...

Guyana: Blue Tennis Ball

Guyana-Gyal tells the story of the blue tennis ball….

Gyuana: Bonding at Bourda

After Signifyin’ Guyana blogs about a short story entitled Bourda, which “gives an engaging account of a group of men going to a cricket match at Bourda”, a female cricket...

Guyana: 2008 Wishes

“I want to make a li’l wish for everybody. Salut. Sante. Warm hugs on cold days. Nice cool drinks when your life-pot get too hot”: Guyana-Gyal wishes everyone a fulfilling...

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