Indigenous Caribbean Network

A network for Indigenous Caribbean people interested in discussing our culture/society: past, present and future. Others welcome, too!

Your Council Women are:

1.) Dayvanna Mitchell-Screiner

https://www.facebook.com/dayvanna.mitchellschreiner

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2.) Tai AnaYuisa Pelli

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009363872412

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3.) Lenia Sague

https://www.facebook.com/lenia.sague.7

Latest Activity

Miguel Sague Jr left a comment for Hijadecalada
"Welcome to our online community sister. WE hope you are able to find here what you are looking for"
Sunday
Hijadecalada is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Sunday
Erica Vargas and Giancarlo are now friends
Sunday
Miguel Sague Jr left a comment for Joselyne Yokasta Reyes
"Welcome Joselyne This is Miguel, one of the moderators of this network. It is a real pleasure to welcome you to our online community. I am acquainted with Chicago's Humbolt Park Boricua community since I actually was there to celebrate a Taino…"
Saturday
Joselyne Yokasta Reyes is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Saturday
Christopher Valdez left a comment for Miguel Sague Jr
"Appreciate the warm welcome. Looking forward to the knowledge I'll receive from this page! Thanks again!"
Apr 7
Stephanie De Lima and Michelle Lopez Wellansky are now friends
Apr 4
Ellen Fernandez-Sacco joined Joshua M. Torres's group
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Archaeology of the Circum-Caribbean

This group is dedicated to discussing topics related to the pre and post Colonial histories and archaeologies of the Circum-Caribbean.
Apr 3
Moe updated their profile
Apr 3
Nelson Kau'marix Zayas left a comment for Domingo Hernandez Turey
"Mabrika!!"
Apr 1
Domingo Hernandez Turey and Miguel Sague Jr are now friends
Apr 1
Domingo Hernandez Turey is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Apr 1
Miguel Sague Jr posted a video

Full Moon Ceremony (March 28 2021)

Learn our songs and sing along with us in this educational presentation of a Taino Full Moon Ceremony. This is a collaboration between the Caney Indigenous S...
Mar 29
Jaime O. Feliberty Acevedo joined Dr. Omoropo- Myra Miller, MA ND's group
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"Ancient Ways" Indigenous Folk Healing

Share generational family healing practices as well as art, songs, storytelling, wisdoms, and spirituality for the upliftment of each other and our community!
Mar 29
Melinda Maxwell-Gibb updated their profile
Mar 28
Erica Vargas posted a status
"I've been listening to the chants and prayers to Atabey and Yoka Hu on repeat lately and today I heard my daughter singing it"
Mar 26

Indigenous People Caucus of the Greater Caribbean

 

WELCOME TO THE INDIGENOUS CARIBBEAN NETWORK

Feel free to create your own on-site blog, or to run feeds from your favourite blogs. You can create music, video and photo slideshows that can then be played on any site across the Web. Feel free to create a new discussion on the network message board. You can also create your own sub-groups and decide who can join. Make maximum use of this site, it belongs to no one but yourselves.

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Forum

Hoping to connect with folks 1 Reply

Started by Giancarlo in General Discussions. Last reply by Erica Vargas Mar 18.

They keep copying our song without permission 1 Reply

Started by Miguel Sague Jr in Religion, Spirituality, Ritual. Last reply by Miguel Sague Jr Nov 18, 2020.

Indigenous Futures 2 Replies

Started by Oonya Kempadoo in What does it mean to be "indigenous" in the Caribbean today?. Last reply by Oonya Kempadoo Sep 30, 2020.

freed taliban terrorists

Started by Miguel Sague Jr in General Discussions Sep 11, 2020.

Song To Atabey 2 Replies

Started by Miguel Sague Jr in What does it mean to be "indigenous" in the Caribbean today?. Last reply by Miguel Sague Jr Oct 21, 2020.

Caney Circle FOUR DIRECTIONS SONG 1 Reply

Started by Miguel Sague Jr in What does it mean to be "indigenous" in the Caribbean today?. Last reply by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 26, 2020.

Blog Posts

My Spiritual Journey Guided Me Back To My Taino Ancestors.

I joined this community months ago after doing some research on the Tainos. I've been wanting to make a post but was numb by the fear. I was afraid to share my story in thoughts of being judged because nowadays, more than ever, so many people have become so judgemental on the web. To be honest, I was born in NYC with very little to no knowledge about my family. I never even got to travel to Puerto Rico because my mother was a single mother struggling to take…

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Posted by Erica Vargas on March 19, 2021 at 12:44am — 3 Comments

Evidence of ancient Taino importing deer into the Caribbean

I never cease to be amazed at the unexpected discoveries made everyday by archeologists working in the Caribbean which indicate extensive interactions between our Antillean island ancestors and the contemporary people living on the mainland areas of both South America…

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Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on March 2, 2021 at 5:30am

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My brother Miguel, I love learning about the spirits and ceremonies.  The artwork at the top of the page touches my soul!

Posted by Michelle Lopez Wellansky on January 9, 2021 at 9:46pm — 1 Comment

Foreign Animals Were Brought Here On Canoes

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The guinea pig is native to the South American mainland continent not the Caribbean

There has always been a certain amount of debate in the Taino Resurgence Movement on the subject of what kinds of animals our Taino ancestors were familiar with. The typical and logical assumption entertained by most modern-day Tainos is that if a certain species of animal was not native to a specific island then the Tainos living on that…

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Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on December 19, 2020 at 2:30am

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Notes

Parlor Palms care (a touch of the tropics)

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 10, 2021 at 3:36pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 10.

Giovas Deer presence in Caribbean

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 2, 2021 at 1:28pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 2.

Dog trade in the ancient Caribbean

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 27, 2020 at 6:11pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 27, 2020.

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