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Pullman Porters in the USA - From Service to Civil Rights + video

Pullman Porters in the USA

Pullman Porters: From Service to Civil Rights at the National Railroad Museum

Pullman Porters: From Service to Civil Rights, is at the nexus of three central historical narratives: railroads in United States History, and the labor and civil rights movements of the 20th century. 75 more words

Arts / Culture

WE MUST EMBRACE ALL OF GUYANA - by Dave Martins

WE MUST EMBRACE ALL OF GUYANA by Dave Martins – Credits Stabroek News.

In a recent column I made a passing reference to a comment from Stabroek News writer Alan Fenty who had posed the question in his column whether “one could be Guyanese – spiritually and culturally – without being… 1,011 more words

Guyana

The Nauru Files – Australia’s Other Stolen Generation - By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The Nauru Files – Australia’s Other Stolen Generation

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Long before Nauru, Australia had stolen Generations. During the years 1970-1970 thousands of aboriginal children were forcibly removed from their families, ‘to be placed in boys and girls homes, foster families or missions. 120 more words

Guyanese Online

Elites worry about challenge to US democracy

The democratic system of universal enfranchisement and massive Big Media influence which has enabled US elites to adopt policies which are rapidly transforming a previously stable and mostly homogeneous country  125 more words

News

Guyana: Evidence of discrimination against Africans by the PPP Government - Freddie Kissoon

Evidence of discrimination against Africans by the PPP Government

Aug 01, 2016  Features / Columnists, Freddie Kissoon 

The talk coming out of the mouth of the… 1,497 more words

Guyana

Politics: Who are 'Gonna Take Back Guyana'? - By Ralph Ramkarran

WHO ARE ‘GONNA TAKE BACK GUYANA?’

   Written by Ralph Ramkarran – Saturday, 30th July 2016  9:00 pm

Accusations of racial discrimination in Guyana’s politics by Guyanese politicians are nothing new. 182 more words

Guyana

Being Black In The Wrong Place – All Lives Matter - By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Being Black In The Wrong Place – All Lives Matter

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Keith Childress, Bettie Jones, Kevin Matthews, Leroy Browning, Roy Nelson, Miguel Espinal, Nathaniel Pickett, Tiara Thomas, Cornelius Brown, Chandra Weaver … and 102 others.  119 more words

Guyanese Online