Taino Ti--I am going to be traveling west from Massachusetts to California in my RV and plan to visit the Sacred Stone Camp where the Standing Rock Sioux and many other nations and non-indigenous supporters have gathered to stop an oil pipeline that would endanger the waters of the Missouri River. I don't know if other Taino people have gone, but I would like to make our presence visible. I am raising funds to buy a case of solar lanterns, to present the gift of sunlight from our people to…See More
List the time & date of the powwows/areitos you're attending, so if others are also going they can meet-up with you!Please post the name and date of the gathering in the title of your post! Hope to see you on the trail!See More
An online forum dedicated to expounding the spiritual traditions of ancient and contemporary Taino people of the Caribbean as understood by the CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE. Membership in this group does not make you a member in our Caney Circle. You need to enroll in the official membership community MECGC CANEY INDIGENOUS SPIRITUAL CIRCLE to be a member. But as a part of this group you can get a taste of the Taino wisdom and tradition which we enjoy in the CANEY CIRCLE.See More
Thought it would be nice to talk about creative matters. We may not all work in the same mediums, but it's always nice to share with other artists on the creative process, the feelings that inspire us as well as sharing ideas and possibilities.See More
I am from Maricao, Puerto Rico, with indigenous ancestry on my mother's side. I'm a professional writer. I have just started traveling full time in my custom built RV, writing about environmental issues for radio and my blog. You can follow my travels at www.auroralevinsmorales.com
Ph.D. in Women's Studies and Puerto Rican History.
Indigenous Caribbean history and culture in general, contemporary political struggles, and building ties with other indigenous people in the Americas. Indigenous role in in ecological activism.
I wrote a book called Remedios: Stories of Earth and Iron from the History of Puertorriqueñas, which retells the history of the Atlantic world through the lives of Puerto Rican women and all our kin.
Fantastic, Aurora, many thanks for joining! You are already mastering some of the key features of this sometimes weirdly functioning site, but if you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. In the meantime, a very warm welcome and many thanks again for joining.
Incidentally, as a writer, you might want to "meet" Lesley-Ann Brown (Trinidadian, US) and Oronde Ash (Vincentian, US), both on this network.