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Courtney Crum-Ewing vigil - Feb 10. Georgetown Guyana

Feb 10, 2016
Corner of Middle & Carmichael St
Noon to 130PM
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“When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe” ― Frantz Fanon


This Week's Top Picks in Imperial & Global History

Marc-William Palen
History Department, University of Exeter
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From militant Third World liberation to the fallacy of collective memory, here are this week’s top picks in imperial and global history. 759 more words

Imperial & Global History

A thought on Culture as an Integral Part of the Conditions of Existence -- written by Norm

I, the man of color, want only this:

That the tool never possess the man. That the enslavement of man by man cease forever. That is, of one by another.

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Written By Norman

White Skin, Black Masks

You are part of a group of about a dozen friends that has been invited into the home of some colleagues from another land, who are hosting you for a meal to share and learn about one another’s ways.  1,906 more words


Black Schizoanalysis and Yahwon’s Nomadic Tale: A Brief Review and Analysis of “teaching gold-mah how to heal herself”

Does gold-mah learn to heal herself? This is the question that hauntingly shadows the entirety of the brief story told in Bilphena Yahwon’s first book entitled… 902 more words


Belly Dance, Language and Identity

by Aaliyah Charbenny

On soil where two unequal cultures reside, colonizer and colonized, in which the former occupies the latter, several insecurities emerge within the community of the occupied land. 1,597 more words

Binghamton 2015-16

today in guyana - Magistrate Fabayo Azore derails justice for Courtney Crum-Ewing #guyana

the man accused of having the gun that killed Courtney Crum-Ewing had all charges dismissed today by the learned magistrate. if he is not guilty of gun possession he could never be convicted for murder. 263 more words