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Isolina Gonzalez Rich
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  • Hamburg, NJ
  • United States
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Isolina Gonzalez Rich commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's event SOLSTICIO TAINO........TAINO SOLSTICE Miami, FLA
"Thank you for the invite but I live in New Jersey."
Nov 9, 2015
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Isolina Gonzalez Rich replied to Pablo Jose de la Torre's discussion what defines me...
"Interesting question, since the answer is neither right or wrong, it all depends on personal experience. Take me, for instance, my mother and father were both born in Puerto Rico and so were their parents, and so on for many generations. I have…"
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I am A Taino.

"Very moving and well said. I especially like the part of Taino being in our blood as I can relate to that statement. I just recently found put that I am Taino but somehow I always knew that I was. It is in our blood! Thanks for sharing such a…"
Sep 18, 2012
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For those interested in learning and revitalizing the Indigenous languages of the Caribbean. Includes, Taíno, Karifuna, Garifuna, Lokono, Wayuu, Añu (Paraujano), Warao, Carib etc.THE USE OF ANY INDIGENOUS LANGUAGE IS WELCOMED AND ENCOURAGED! :)See More
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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
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Jul 12, 2012
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Wrote this today in honor of my great grandmother, Juana Torres,whose eyes sparked my desire to find my ancestral roots.

The Awakening  by  Isolina Gonzalez RichIt all started with a Pow WowThere, while watching all the dancers, something in me stirredI felt like a puzzle piece that they were missingAnd thus was the beginning of my journeyThe passing of my grandma only helped to fuel the fire burning inside of meWho was that woman looking back at me in the mirror?Yes, I know, "I have my grandpa's brown eyes, and my popi's dark skin"And yet, the question still remained in my heartI heard someone once say, "why…See More
Jul 10, 2012

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About Me:
I am a tribal member of the United Confederation of Taino People, I love to dance and play the guitar.
Occupation:
Event Coordinator
Contact Information:
isolinarich@gmail.com
Research Interests:
Family Ancestry, Taino History
Affiliation:
United Confederation of Taino People

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Wrote this today in honor of my great grandmother, Juana Torres,whose eyes sparked my desire to find my ancestral roots.

The Awakening  by  Isolina Gonzalez Rich



It all started with a Pow Wow

There, while watching all the dancers, something in me stirred

I felt like a puzzle piece that they were missing

And thus was the beginning of my journey



The passing of my grandma only helped to fuel the fire burning inside of me

Who was that woman looking back at me in the mirror?

Yes, I know, "I have my grandpa's brown eyes, and my popi's dark skin"

And yet, the question… Continue

Posted on July 10, 2012 at 12:20pm — 1 Comment

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At 9:59pm on July 5, 2012, Nanu said…

Hi!  Welcome to the ICN!!

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Please take a moment to review the Conduct Guidelines so as to familiarize yourself with community expectations.

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