Guyana Trades Union Congress writes President Jagdeo on UN Int'l Year for People of African Descent

Lincoln Lewis, General Secretary Guyana Trades Union Congress

The United Nations dedicates 2011  The International Year For People of African Descent. The Guyana Trades Union Congress on January 17 wrote President Jagdeo to the effect demanding 25 items be addressed to make the year a meaningful one to eliminate racism to persons of African Descent. Other than an acknowledgement of receipt of said letter from the Office of the President, President Jagdeo has not communicated to the Congress, or made any efforts to address the concerns. Consequently, your support and solidarity is being sought to publish the attached letter to inform the Caribbean Community of efforts made by the Congress to eliminate African racism in Guyana and the deepening contempt the Jagdeo administration demonstrates to African Guyanese and their rights.

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  1. i in saying nutten cos if i say Asians/Indians r the most racis people in d worle, some ***hole would only jump up n say, no, it in true, so i in saying nutten bo! 🙂

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