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· June, 2009

Stories about Guyana from June, 2009

Guyana: Man in the Mirror

Guyana-Gyal thinks there just might be a little bit of Michael Jackson in all of us: “We might colour that bit a different shade, call it another name, but there...

Caribbean, USA: Tributes to the “King of Pop”

Despite the controversy which plagued him for the latter part of his eccentric life, the sudden and unexpected death of American-born entertainer Michael Jackson, dubbed "The King of Pop", has...

Guyana, U.S.A.: Watch List

Signifyin’ Guyana agrees with the Human Services Minister's response to reports that the US Department of State has placed Guyana on a watch list for human trafficking.

Guyana: Blackout Stimulus Package?

“People across the country are cussing bitterly about the almost nationwide blackouts which Guyanese are suffering on a daily basis”: Imran Khan thinks that “there is serious economics behind it...

Guyana: Domestic Violence Tweets

Signifyin’ Guyana republishes an interesting Twitter conversation with fellow bloggers about domestic violence.

Guyana: Passport to Efficiency

Guyanese blogger Imran Khan was pleasantly surprised by his most recent experience at the passport office: “Whoever is responsible for the upgrade…particularly the attitude and professionalism of the officers, needs...

Guyana: Respecting Your Elders

“Children and young adults have lost, for the most part, the sense of respect for their elders”: Guyanese blogger Imran Khan explains.

Guyana: Blog Ranking

When it comes to rating blogs, Signifyin’ Guyana maintains that “stats shouldn't count. Content should”, adding: “Those of us who remain entrenched in old notions of hierarchy are being defeated...

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