Aug 06, 2020 Letters Comments Off on A Time for Remembrance
The time has come for our nation to finally acknowledge the massacre of the 60’s. It is with great anticipation that I await our new government’s taking of the action towards educating all current and future generations of Guyanese about the historical acts of violence that took place just prior to our nation’s independence, so that we may avoid such violence in the future. In addition to the academic acknowledgement of such atrocities, it would be appropriate for our new government to also establish a memorial for these fallen souls.
As a school-child, we all would tour the key monuments and sites in Georgetown. It is important that such a memorial becomes a part of those educational activities. Our history must be acknowledged and remembered so that we avoid repeating such mistakes in the future.
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