You are again reading what is not there.
You offered a flawed analysis of black ethnic identity in Guyana because you wanted to make it equivalent to the Indian ethnic identity. Your analysis is wrong.
Ethnic identity in Guyana is core to our problems. Why do blacks insist that Indians stop being "clannish?" Why do Indians think that blacks ought to just leave them alone? Why do blacks joke that the solution to the dilemma is "douglarization?" Why no most Indians not only recoil from that, but consider such a remark to be racist?
Until you get to the bottom of this nothing that you do will solve the problem. Its like given a couple a nice house thinking that this will solve their marital problems.
Just as how these people need counseling so too do the two major groups. And the methods or the same. Understanding the underlying problem and getting people to listen to each other.