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August 12, 2019

David Hinds' Media Comments, Guyana Chronicle News, Uncategorized

‘Emancipation marked the transformation of Guyana from a plantation to a nation’

guyana chronicle By Vanessa Braithwaite -August 4, 2019    Director-General, MoTP, Joseph Harmon, addressing the audience at Freedom Fest Harmon tells Lindeners at Freedom Fest THE village movement which was established by our African ancestors after slavery was abolished in 1838, was the trajectory set to transform Guyana from a plantation state…

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David Hinds' Media Comments, Guyana Chronicle News

Your vote matters’– Buxton symposium hears

By guyana chronicle Staff Reporter -August 12, 2019    Dr. David Hinds (standing) speaking at the Buxton First of August Movement (FAM-Buxton) annual Eusi Kwayana Emancipation Symposium. At the head table (from left): University History and Caribbean Studies Lecturer, Dwayne Benjamin; Attorney, Nigel Hughes; IDPADA-G Administrative Officer, Glenyss James; and former Foreign…

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Little hope for quick change to winner-takes-all system -but village movements can empower populace to influence decision-making, Hughes says

Stabroek News 6 mins ago   Share   Nigel Hughes speaking yesterday. Seated from right are David Hinds and Carl Greenidge. As Guyana enters a pivotal period with substantial revenues expected from the oil industry, the populace should push for a reemergence of the village movement to enable them to influence decision-making as…

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