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

Michelle Lopez Wellansky commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post The Identity of GuaBanCex, spirit of natural disasters
"Hahom very much for this information, brother.  I have been very confused about this myself since beginning the study of my ancestors this past year and a half.  This clears up some questions I had."
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Neekisha Rodriguez is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Jan 18
Miguel Sague Jr left a comment for kimberly
"Greetings sister I want to welcome you to our online community. There is an immense wealth of useful information here that I hope will be of use to you. Also, the Caney Indigenous Spiritual Circle which I am a member of offers a lot more information…"
Jan 14
Miguel Sague Jr commented on Michelle Lopez Wellansky's blog post Article
"Greetings sister It is an honor to hear from you. It is always my wish that the work that I perform will be of value to my Taino relatives. Thank you for your kind words."
Jan 14
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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!See More
Jan 14
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Jose Miguel Colon is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Jan 11
Miguel Sague Jr posted a note

Dog trade in the ancient Caribbean

PDF file The Movement and Exchange of Dogs in the Prehistoric Caribbean: An Isotopic Investigation J. E. LAFFOON,a * E. PLOMP,a G. R. DAVIES,b M. L. P. HOOGLANDa AND C. L. HOFMANa a Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands…
Dec 27, 2020
Jae Rios is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Dec 27, 2020
Asha is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Dec 26, 2020
Asha shared Jorge Baracutei Estevez's photo on Facebook
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Asha shared Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez's photo on Facebook
Dec 25, 2020
Iris Antongiorgi Concepcion updated their profile
Dec 25, 2020
Alexa Wynter is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Dec 25, 2020
Miguel Sague Jr posted a note
Dec 19, 2020

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

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

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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

The Story of Taino Chant to Mother Earth TAINO TI OAKIA ATA

My Relatives, many of you recognize this song as the great chant to Atabey our sacred mother of the earth and the waters which we in the Taino Resurgence movement have been singing since 1982 when I composed it under inspiration of our Taino ancestors. This particular video shows me leading the singing of the song as part of a historic…

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Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on November 15, 2020 at 1:30am

Sague-Rodriguez Taino DAY OF THE ANCESTORS ceremony

Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on November 10, 2020 at 8:36pm

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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.

Cotton Weaving on Taino Belt

Created by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 3, 2020 at 2:36pm. Last updated by Miguel Sague Jr Dec 3, 2020.

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