When following the exported sugar my mother’s family harvested in Guyana, I was led to the British company started by Henry Tate. Tate and Lyle Co. exemplifies the pervasiveness of a transnational corporation and its products, while also becoming the link between my ancestors and my current location. Throughout the work, there are references to the colonial belief in a mythological abundance of riches, without any foresight to nature’s finite resources and its affect on native peoples.

When following the exported sugar my mother’s family harvested in Guyana, I was led to the British company started by Henry Tate. Tate and Lyle Co. exemplifies the pervasiveness of a transnational corporation and its products, while also becoming the link between my ancestors and my current location. Throughout the work, there are references to the colonial belief in a mythological abundance of riches, without any foresight to nature’s finite resources and its affect on native peoples.

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  When following the exported sugar my mother’s family harvested in Guyana, I was led to the British company started by Henry Tate. Tate and Lyle Co. exemplifies the pervasiveness of a transnational corporation and its products, while also becoming the link between my ancestors and my current location. Throughout the work, there are references to the colonial belief in a mythological abundance of riches, without any foresight to nature’s finite resources and its affect on native peoples.
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croppedEDITEDrightside.jpg
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Douziech_Alexandria_Inpursuitofgold_4.jpg
editfeet-2.jpg
tatebag.jpg
FINALeditedgoldmine.jpg

When following the exported sugar my mother’s family harvested in Guyana, I was led to the British company started by Henry Tate. Tate and Lyle Co. exemplifies the pervasiveness of a transnational corporation and its products, while also becoming the link between my ancestors and my current location. Throughout the work, there are references to the colonial belief in a mythological abundance of riches, without any foresight to nature’s finite resources and its affect on native peoples.

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