Mahendra

Ramjattan’s Diwali Quandary

The Quandary: “Unusual” is the best word I can think of to describe the current imbroglio faced by the followers of Hinduism in Guyana. I can’t recall any recent occasion where such a rift became obvious in what most would agree is a usually peaceful and uncontroversial religion. Yet this year the debate rages on… Continue reading Ramjattan’s Diwali Quandary

Mahendra

Anachronism and the Guyanese Society. Humanists get ready?

October 26th will mark only four months since the US Supreme Court made its landmark ruling on marriage equality. Like millions of other Facebook users worldwide, I changed my profile picture to a rainbow coloured one to show my support for this cause. Seems innocent enough, but people living in Third World countries like Guyana… Continue reading Anachronism and the Guyanese Society. Humanists get ready?

Derwayne

President Granger vs. The Media (To Be Announced)

After reading the morning buzz from the GT Mosquito, I am pleased to know that there are other folks who share my concern of President David Granger not sitting down with the press corps since his coming to office after the May 11 elections. It has been 80 days to the point of publishing this… Continue reading President Granger vs. The Media (To Be Announced)

Derwayne

Expectations of the New Government: Mend this Race-Torn Country

This post was written by Derwayne Wills. It was first published on UNICEF’s Voices of Youth on May 19, 2015. Some changes have been made to the original post.  In my last blog post, I spoke of the youth in my country and how their actions were changing the political dynamics. I made that post before… Continue reading Expectations of the New Government: Mend this Race-Torn Country