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 R. Sague

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

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Patrick Barker is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Friday
Leia replied to Leia's discussion Baptisms/Blessings/Naming Ceremonies
"I would very much appreciate being directed to whomever can provide more information on the topic. I would love to learn! I am looking forward to maybe partaking in a ceremony for a newborn baby."
Thursday
Eleonore Cowan is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
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Escultura de Piedra Indígena

Mi primo me lo dio en 1986 mientras visitaba a Borinken. Estaba trabajando en una granja en las montañas cuando lo encontró en una zanja que estaba cavando. Tiene 4 "de alto por 1.5" de grosor y pesa 8 onzas. ¿Alguien puede decirme si esto tiene…
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Feb 17
Jose Manuel Adorno replied to Angelica's discussion Northeast meetup/powwow/gathering August?
"I'm game! Keep me posted."
Feb 16
Jose Manuel Adorno left a comment for Council Of Women
"Mi primo me lo dio en 1986 mientras visitaba a Borinken. Estaba trabajando en una granja en las montañas cuando lo encontró en una zanja que estaba cavando. Tiene 4 "de alto por 1.5" de grosor y pesa 8 onzas. ¿Alguien…"
Feb 16
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Feb 16
Ramona Ramos is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Feb 15
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Land, Labour, Power, and Colonial Mythology in Trinidad

Focusing on the history of the Arima Mission in the Island of Trinidad, ostensibly a mission for Indigenous people, the documentary below features what was learned from the baptismal registers of the Mission of Santa Rosa de Arima—in conjunction with historical texts, government documents, and official memoranda and reports of the time. What we encounter are four main “myths,” or working fictions: 1) the myth that the Mission was for Indians alone; 2) the myth of “Christian protection”; 3) the…See More
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Land, Labour, Power, and Colonial Mythology in Trinidad



Focusing on the history of the Arima Mission in the Island of Trinidad, ostensibly a mission for Indigenous people, the documentary below features what was learned from the baptismal registers of the Mission of Santa Rosa de Arima—in conjunction with historical texts, government documents, and official memoranda and reports of the time. What we encounter are four main “myths,” or working fictions: 1) the myth that the Mission was for Indians alone; 2) the myth of…
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Posted by Maximilian Forte on February 14, 2020 at 9:50pm

TAINO BEADED RELIC FROM THE ERA OF EUROPEAN CONTACT

The Pigorini Cemi is an extraordinary piece of Taino artistry that combines elements of native Taino, European and African culture in one intricately crafted object.

It is put together from Taino hand-woven cotton fabric (sarobey), native seashell beads, native seeds, as well as European glass beads, European wood and European…

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Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on December 11, 2019 at 7:54pm

Pearls, Grenada: Histories of Resistance by an Old Runway

A view out toward the sea, from the beach at the end…
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Posted by Maximilian Forte on October 13, 2019 at 10:22pm

Colonial Myth-Making and the Mission of Santa Rosa de Arima, Trinidad

Was the Arima Mission an “Indian Mission”? For what purposes, and in whose interests, was the Arima Mission established? How many Indigenous people lived in the Arima Mission, and in Trinidad as a whole? Who counted them? How were they counted, and why? Why did…
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Posted by Maximilian Forte on October 13, 2019 at 6:02pm

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La Bruja

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Apr 4, 2016 at 12:07am. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Apr 4, 2016.

Angel Rodriguez Caguana archeoastronomy

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 29, 2016 at 3:10pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Mar 29, 2016.

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