Left Tenant Colonel Godette and his wife Ena reminisce on their lives during the Guyanese racial conflict that occurred during the 1960s.

Recorded May 2, 2019 Archived May 2, 2019 37:57 minutes
Id: APP633847

Description

Upon gaining its political independence from the British in 1966, Guyana was left racially divided. During the 1960s a range of riots and violence erupted between the Afro-Guyanese and Indo-Guyanese that led to widespread destruction and death.

Participants

  • Arnold Godette
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