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  • M'lilwana Osanku
      ... Jagan s Marxist cover really hid an East Indian racist ...Julian Mayfield;  Political Refugees and the Politics of Guyana  - The Black Scholar, Vol.
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      "... Jagan's Marxist cover really hid an East Indian racist"...Julian Mayfield;  Political Refugees and the Politics of Guyana  - The Black Scholar, Vol. 4, No. 10, THE PAN-AFRICAN DEBATE (July-August 1973), pp. 33-35...
      "...The main political contradiction in the society, a contradiction which exploded in racial violence in the sixties, but which is not resolve..." 
      "...Africans at first had no perceptible race consciousness after centuries of conditioning with Euro-Christianity through white missionary activity."...Eusi Kwayana: Burnhamism, Jaganism and the People of Guyana Burnhamism, Jaganism and the People of Guyana - The Black Scholar, Vol. 4, No. 8/9, THE BLACK CHILD (May-June 1973), pp. 40-46...
      "I am that I am, I'm not in this world; to live up to your expectations, neither are you here to live up to mine, yeah. I don't owe no one; No obligation, No one owes me none, so everything is fine, fine. Don't underestimate my ability, don’t defecate my character, don’t belittle my authority, It is time you recognized my quality.” …Peter Tosh (1944-1987), the best musician of the Wailin' Wailers...

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      News about CRL events, activities, collections, and services. For more information, visit www.crl.edu. 

      Roundtable on News in the Digital Era 
      CRL’s recent Global Resources Roundtable: Beyond the Fold: Access to News in the Digital Age during ALA in Chicago explored new scholarly uses of news databases, and the role of libraries in ensuring long-term access to news in all its forms: print, broadcast, and web. Presentations from the roundtable are now available on the event page.

      Electronic Resource Offers
      CRL has negotiated an offer for Oxford Scholarly Editions Online effective through December 15. Electronic resource offers expiring this month include: four ProQuest news products including The Christian Science Monitor; Adam Matthew’s American Indian Histories and Culture (right); and Brill’s Latin American Anarchist and Labour Periodicals Online.
      LAMP Digitizes Brazilian Newspaper
      LAMP provided funding for the digitization of the Brazilian newspaper Diario de Pernambuco, which is now available through the University of Floridas South American Digital collections. Diario de Pernambuco is believed to be the oldest newspaper currently in circulation in Latin America.
      Liberal Arts Colleges Join CRL
      On July 1, 2013, CRL’s membership total reached 270. Several liberal arts colleges have recently joined the consortium.
      Open to all librarians and researchers at CRL member institutions.

      Wed., July 17
      2:00–3:30 p.m. Central
      As more researchers embrace text- and data-mining methodologies, publishers and libraries must provide flexible and workable terms and utilities as they surmount legal and technological barriers to the new practices. This webinar offers updates on the latest industry developments, featuring speakers from the journal publishing world.

      Wed., Nov. 6
      1:00–4:00 p.m. Eastern
      In the age of e-publishing and open data, government information and records are being exposed in intriguing new ways. The CRL Charleston preconference “From LexisNexis to WikiLeaks: The New Marketplace for Government Information” will bring together publishers of government information together with specialists and library collections managers to speculate on where these trends are leading.

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