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    From the Margins of History: To Multiracial Equality in Guyana

    Very informative video. I remember Wazir visiting my parents house when i was a child.

    An interview given to rootsandculture(c) by historian, Wazir Mohamed, Phd. that hopefully lays the foundation for the serious discussion and work needed on resolving ethnic insecurity in Guyana and elsewhere. Ethnic Africans, Indians, Amerindians, Chinese and Europeans, and all the mixtures must understand the history before plotting a way forward. These groups are thrust together in communities all around the world in Africa, parts of Asia and the metropole. Guyana as a test can hopefully present a future of multiracial equality.

    from rootsculturemedia on Vimeo.

    "Every onlooker is either a coward or a traitor." — Frantz Fanon

    “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters.” Frederick Douglass

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    Dats mi pardner Just think about it...

    He use to work @ the IceHouse now he is a professor @ A university...

    Truly great....

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    Nothing but the truth....when informed people make decisions they usually make the right one..unfortunately on both sides we were used as pawns to suppress each other and we never knew any better.

    sincerely hope indans and blacks make a change in Guyana.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR HYPE View Post
    Nothing but the truth....when informed people make decisions they usually make the right one..unfortunately on both sides we were used as pawns to suppress each other and we never knew any better.

    sincerely hope indans and blacks make a change in Guyana.

    ah tink he should mek a trip home and try to make some changes he a very good speaker very intense too....

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