Wishing you all you a joyous holiday season and a New Year filled with peace and happiness.
Happy Labor Day Weekend GGR Family! Fly your flags high and represent for Guyana! Onesha Hutson Onesha Hutson
HISTORY: Emancipation Day is celebrated in Guyana on August 1. Emancipation Day or Freedom Day, as it was earlier called, marks the abolition of slavery in 1834. The end of the abolitionism brought about a new phase in Guyana; the villages started getting established, there was a struggle of the trade union movement and the opening of the hinterland through the pork knockers. Thus, there was an opening for civil services and artesian shops….
Happy Independence Day to all of our Guyanese-American family and friends!
Wishing all of our Guyanese-Canadian family and friends a Happy Independence/Canada Day!
Despite the hardships from 1838, this day marks the magnificent history of our Indian culture in Guyana. After 176 years, this country has become a beautiful one thanks to our forefathers. Please let us remember their sacrifices and give thanks. Happy Arrival Day! Love to you all.
The National Library recently held its second annual Easter Hat Parade in Georgetown and these pretty little GGs Rocked it!
Thank you all for supporting Guyanese Girls Rock in 2013. However the “The Best is Yet to Come.” I’m working on a greater vision for GGR in 2014 and hope that you will all continue to be a part of this movement and accompany me on this journey. A special shout out to all of the beautiful ✿Guyanese Girls✿ who were featured this past year. Keep on emailing or in-box me your suggestions for 2014….
Begin today. Declare out loud to the universe that you are willing to let go of struggle and eager to learn through joy. -Sarah Ban Breathnach
Happy Holidays GGR Family! Countdown to Christmas- what’s on your Santa wish list?