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March 14, 2014

At the age of 8 years old, I served my country. No, I was not a child soldier, but a soldier of Masquerade, my rich Caribbean culture of Guyana. I endured over a month of practicing for Mass Games, an event where many Guyanese students and Army members would perform da...

April 5, 2010

It is a well-known tradition for Guyanese/Caribbean people to fly kites on and around Easter. Outsiders may question its origins or be amazed at our kite obsessions to celebrate this religious holiday. The seawall attracts thousands of kite flyers and vendors. Some of...

She is the doctor of the night

Fragile scullion in the daylight

Do not be fooled so easily

She is a Black Obeah Lady

Heard they used rice to prevent her plans

When she threatened to suck blood from a baby’s hand

The sound of her talking drums, heard miles away

That ritual rhy...

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