Raymond Chickrie

Born in Guyana, RAYMOND CHICKRIE was a teacher in the New York City public school system, New York, currently teaching in the Middle East.
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It comes as no surprise that Guyana yesterday declared official recognition of a Palestinian State within the 1967 borders. In a news release the Foreign Ministry said, “It is Guyana's h...
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After 172 years, since their arrival from India to Guyana in 1838, the Hindustani Muslims have lost their mother tongue, Urdu. The majority of Hindustani immigrants to British Guyana came from t...
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