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Comment by TYRICO CARAPANA TACARIGUA on May 28, 2012 at 6:16pm

This is a photo of the Nepoyo and Worao from south Trinidad that travel to Venezuela to scavenge through the garbage to survive. This happens when Illegal Quarrying drives them from their homes and hunting grounds. The Trinidad and Tobago government chooses to state that they do not exist, and uses the Census as evidence of their non existence. While the Census does not have a legal classification of Indigenous peoples, but does have over 10,000 unclassified and 238,000 people who chose mixed and other. We need people to sign the petition to help our people have a legal identity, The petition link is below, Thank You. http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/indigenous_trinidadians/

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