Other Media Coverage

Two photographs of us at public events, from Stabroek and Chronicle.  In the case of the SASOD event: the front page photo for Stabroek News that day:

‘Many lights’, Stabroek News, 17 May 2010

Many Lights for Human Rights: This is the theme under which the Society Against Sexual Orient-ation Discrimination (SASOD) hosted the 2010 International AIDS Candlelight Memorial at the St .George’s Cathedral yesterday. SASOD members lit candles in remembrance of those who died from HIV/AIDS as others look on and spoke out against stigma and discrimination.

‘Walter Rodney remembered on 30th assassination anniversary’, Guyana Chronicle, 14 June, 2010

BRILLIANT historian-politician, Dr. Walter Rodney, killed in an elaborate assassination plot 30 years ago today, has left important lessons for Guyanese and the world from his struggles for the working class.This was the central message from the feature speaker at a public lecture Friday at the National Library in Georgetown as a series of commemorative activities for the slain Rodney continued.   Assistant Professor of Caribbean and African Diaspora Studies at Arizona State University in the United States, Dr. David Hinds, said Rodney was the most important political person who emerged in the 20th century in Guyana and contended that the political culture which assassinated him was still very much alive today.


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