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Feeling destructive super power dominance

| July 25, 2020 | 0 Comments
Feeling destructive super power dominance

. Fleeing destructive super power dominance It is time for small countries and non aligned states to drive a new world order The rules based international order is on ‘’life support.’’ The global COVID 19 pandemic has so far infected 16 million people leading to approximately 640 000 deaths. The reason for much of the […]

A tale of two neighbours 

| July 24, 2020 | 0 Comments
A tale of two neighbours 

Recent electoral events in Guyana and Suriname, which border each other on the north-eastern coast of the South American continent, display a remarkably different approach to democracy that could be the determining factor in catapulting Suriname’s development and prosperity well ahead of Guyana’s. The two countries have many similarities and some differences. One of the […]

Adwoa Aboah says ‘Being mixed race was at times confusing’

| July 23, 2020 | 0 Comments
Adwoa Aboah says ‘Being mixed race was at times confusing’

Activist and British model, Adwoa Aboah who was born to her Ghanaian father and English mother, spoke to channel 4 news about her experience in the industry of fashion while being young and biracial. She goes on to explain how hard it was trying to fit in with many stereotypes and expectations of girls with […]

Concerned Guyanese appeals for unity now

| July 21, 2020 | 0 Comments
Concerned Guyanese appeals for unity now

A message to my Guyanese family; we are only as strong as we are united…

Now is the moment for CARICOM to re-engage with the DR

| July 21, 2020 | 0 Comments
Now is the moment for CARICOM to re-engage with the DR

Now is the moment for CARICOM to re- engage with the Dominican Republic CARICOM should set aside its reservations and seek an early engagement with the new government in the Dominican Republic. David Jessop writes President elect Abinader’s foreign policy manifesto makes clear the importance he places on improving relations with the rest of the […]

Girls Trip By Amanda Alexander

| July 20, 2020 | 0 Comments
Girls Trip By  Amanda Alexander

Today’s Word with Amanda One of my favourite films is called Girls Trip. This movie is about love, honesty, loyalty and understanding shared among four girlfriends who hadn’t seen each other for five years. Ryan (one of the characters in the film) was observing a group of girlfriends laughing together and realised she missed her […]

Visit St Lucia: We’re COVID-19 SAFE

| July 20, 2020 | 0 Comments
Visit St Lucia: We’re COVID-19 SAFE

Travel to some countries and territories is currently exempted. … Check the latest information on risk from COVID–19 for St Lucia on the TravelHealthPro website … Protocols are being established for taxis, to provide safety precautions and separate the driver from guests … UK, we‘d like to know more about your visit today.  Travel to some countries and territories is currently exempted. British Government

Does Britain reward oppression and genocide?

| July 20, 2020 | 0 Comments
Does Britain reward oppression and genocide?

Respected author and journalist, George Monbiot exposes the reality of Britain’s embedded ideology of racism and the efforts made to disguise and airbrush out the bad deeds of colonization and the good things about slave rebellions.

Help Raise Funds for St Lucians in need

| July 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Help Raise Funds for St Lucians in need

Let’s be the voice is a charity that has been set up help to ease the plight of people on the west coast of St Lucia who have been neglected for many years.

Black Lives Matter is Driver of Culture Change

| July 18, 2020 | 0 Comments
Black Lives Matter is Driver of Culture Change

Culture change is unstoppable The current turmoil in the west over race is simply a continuation of a history narrative that started with the exploration of Africa by European rulers in the 1400s, leading to slavery and colonization, and then nationalism, and the fight for social and economic parity by minorities, especially Blacks in the […]