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JAMAICA | The Right to Choose - CCJ or Privy Council

KINGSTON, Jamaica, January 29, 2023 - The Observer editorial writers, who have been 'given basket to carry water', now pronounce that, for them, no reliance can be placed on Mr Justice Panton to "lecture on" Jamaica's judicial system, and proceed to sieze upon a couple brief comments of Paula Llewellyn and Jeremy Taylor to support their contention.

JAMAICA | The Right to Choose - CCJ or Privy Council

My Intent was to particularize the state of Afro-Guyanese - Alexander

The following is a letter to the Editor by Mr. Vincent Alexander, Chairman of the International Decade for People of African Descent-Guyana, outlining that there are  issues affecting Afro-Guyanese, which are peculiar to them and require the state`s attention and, which gave credence to the relevance of the United Nations` declared decade for People of African Descent to the Afro-Guyanese.

My Intent was to particularize the state of Afro-Guyanese - Alexander

The State of African Guyanese and the IDPADA-G in Guyana

                                                                             December 10, 2022

Dear Editor,

For the last few months, the International Decade for People of African Descent Assembly - Guyana (IDPADA-G) and things African Guyanese have been in the headlines. Unfortunately, not apparent in most of this is a real articulation about, and understanding of, the lived experience of African Guyanese. In instances, where attempts have been made to address those realities, they have been greeted by the denial of antagonists. Some of those antagonists are kin but not kit and others neither kit nor kin.

The State of African Guyanese and the IDPADA-G in Guyana
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