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The Walter Rodney Murder Mystery in Guyana 40 Years Later

Mary E. Curry National Security Archive
Guyana’s National Assembly has accepted the findings of a commission of inquiry that concluded that scholar-political activist Walter Rodney was assassinated by the government of then-Prime Minister Forbes Burnham. Here are the documents.

Whoever Wins this Election, All of Guyana Loses

Moses Bhagwan and Eusi Kwayana National Workers Union
Ten days after the Guyanese election, returns have still not been released; and today the head of Guyana's Supreme Court has ordered a partial recount of votes. Two veteran Guyanese politicians call for the creation of a government of national unity.


Supporting Guyana’s Sugar Workers

Kevin Brice-Lall
The history of the sugar workers in Guyana and their union GAWU is one of international solidarity. Today, however, many of the ties which once united unions in Canada, Britain, and the US to Guyana have disappeared. The current struggle against closures and privatization of the sugar industry in Guyana are an opportunity to rebuild solidarity in the fight against austerity everywhere.
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