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

Latest Activity

Yesenia Tirado is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Thursday
Jaime Rosario commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post PEACE AND DIGNITY JOURNEYS Runners in the Pittsburgh area
"Takahi,  wow, these photos are incredible to see. Each step is a prayer! No matter where you go, if you have participated in any of these running events for our People then we were told back in 1992 that everywhere we travel visit, whatever,…"
Wednesday
Jaime Rosario commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Ceremonial Initiation PEACE AND DIGNITY JOURNEYS Queens New York
"Wow, amazing to see these photos nine years to ten years after I ran the 1992. It brings up many wonderful and beautiful memories of songs prayers and meeting new relatives throughout the Turtle Island North American continent.  I remember…"
Wednesday
Cathy is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Tuesday
Melissa Kay Gochenouer is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Nov 9
Louis.Santiago posted videos
Nov 7
Louis.Santiago updated their profile
Nov 4
AJ Whitworth is now a member of Indigenous Caribbean Network
Oct 29
Joey Karei Inherst updated their profile
Oct 27
Miguel Sague Jr shared their blog post on Facebook
Oct 27
Maximilian Forte posted blog posts
Oct 14
Leia posted a discussion

Baptisms/Blessings/Naming Ceremonies

Is there any known version or variant in the Taino traditions similar to baptisms, blessings or naming ceremonies performed on our people at birth, or at any later date in life?
Oct 14
Maximilian Forte posted a photo

ARIMA BORN

Front cover of ARIMA BORN, Alert Press, 2016
Oct 14
Maximilian Forte left a comment for Miguel Sague Jr
"Thank you so much, it is a great pleasure and honour to be back."
Oct 3
Miguel Sague Jr left a comment for Maximilian Forte
"I want to be the first to welcome you back brother!"
Oct 1
Maximilian Forte posted a blog post

New Book: ARIMA BORN

Arima Born: Revealing the History of Arima and its Mission through the Catholic Church’s Baptismal Registers, 1820–1916 The Catholic Mission of Santa Rosa is something that helped to make Arima a distinctive town in Trinidad, accounting for nearly half of the Amerindian population of the colony in the 1800s. The baptismal registers of the Catholic Church in Arima, including those pertaining to its years as a…See More
Oct 1

Indigenous People Caucus of the Greater Caribbean

 

WELCOME TO THE INDIGENOUS CARIBBEAN NETWORK

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Forum

TOBAKO ...our first sacred medicine 2 Replies

Started by Lil Wolf in General Discussions. Last reply by Jaime Rosario Apr 11, 2018.

Blog Posts

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

New Book: ARIMA BORN

Arima Born: Revealing the History of Arima and its Mission through the Catholic Church’s Baptismal Registers, 1820–1916



ARIMA BORN The Catholic Mission of Santa Rosa is something that helped to make Arima a distinctive town in Trinidad, accounting for nearly half of the Amerindian population of the colony in the 1800s. The baptismal registers of the Catholic Church in Arima, including…
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Posted by Maximilian Forte on October 1, 2019 at 12:26am

TAINO CHRONICLES (Taino Sacred Creation legends)

This series of videos is a presentation of the Taino sacred creation narrative.…

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Posted by Miguel Sague Jr on August 25, 2019 at 3:06pm

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Notes

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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