Further reading

Preserving identity key for Wapishana language activist Dr Adrian Gomes, Stabroek News (2022)

Creolese and a language education policy, Tamirand De Lisser, Hubert Devonish, Rhonda Jeffrey and Charlene Wilkinson (2018)

In Memoriam: Wordsworth MacAndrew – Ten years later, Charlene Wilkinson (2018)

The Charter on Language Policy and Language Rights in the Creole-speaking Caribbean: Implications for Language Education in Guyana, Charlene Wilkinson and Kencil Banwarie, Stabroek News (2011)

Preserving Arecuna language remains mission for national awardee Lawrence Anselmo

Endangered Languages Project: Skeitha Thomas

Land Acknowledgments Are Not Enough – SAPIENS

Endangered languages: Love letter to a sister by Hubert Devonish, The Association of Commonwealth Universities Review

In Colombia, how Palenque’s native tongue went from a dying language to a living treasure, AZCentral

Guyanese-American Professor John R. Rickford of Stanford University awarded one of the highest academic honors in the United States: Election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. View press release.

International Mother Language Day by Dhanaiswary Jaganauth in Stabroek News, February 21 2017

Australia: Waking our sleeping indigenous languages, by Helen Davidson

Linguistic imperialism is alive and kicking, by Robert Phillipson

Is the Warau Languages Project nothing but a short-lived hand-out? by Anna Correia, Stabroek News letter

President Donald Ramotar: Bring back di Parliament now and stap di govament from get aan laik se dem a dikteeta (President Donald Ramotar, Guyana: Re-convene Parliament immediately and return to the path of democracy) by Charlene Wilkinson, Stabroek News

Wordsworth McAndrew deserves a centre at UG, by Roy Brummell, Stabroek News letter