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Keston J.J. Bravo
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Born Trinidadian ( KAIRI ) of, Karinya-Indian ( Aka Carib Indian ), East- Indian, Black, Spanish and French descent.
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Only 12 yrs of institutional , however self taught ..... now that's another story.
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At 6:37pm on March 5, 2009, MOURIESSE said…
I would like to know if there are native communities in your island.
What are their name ? Their location ?
I'm writing a book about the amerindian's heritage in the Caribbean culture.
As a french anthropologist, I have already plenty informations about the french west indies.
So, your help will be appreciate and credited.
Thank you for sharing.
At 9:32am on September 2, 2008, Keston J.J. Bravo said…
We are no longer a pure race people which can be found in Diminica or Guyana still as pure blooded. Sad buts that another story concering the Spainards!
At 9:31am on September 2, 2008, Keston J.J. Bravo said…
The Caribs(Karinyas) have mixed with the Africans, East Indians, Chinese, Middle easterners, Spanish etc of Trinidad.
At 9:30am on September 2, 2008, Keston J.J. Bravo said…
the unfortunate thing to answer your question is thta to my knowledge and Mr. Ricardo Bharath Hernandez or any expert on the Caribs in Trinidad will tell you.

There aren't anymore "pure blooded " Caribs ( Karinyas) We are all Bi/Multi-racial now but proudly hold and make known our Amerindian heritage/roots to the world.
At 9:27am on September 2, 2008, Keston J.J. Bravo said…
Anyway I know there are many Caribs (Karinyas) throught Trinidad still but not any other as organized as the Santa Rosa CARIB COMMUNITY in ARIMA
At 9:25am on September 2, 2008, Keston J.J. Bravo said…
Hello Ruben I asked myself the same question growing up. See alot of Trinis focus on the Caribs (Karinyas) in Arima as though they are the only group left on the island(country) I myself am from Arima but my mother's family from whom I obtain my Karinya (Carib) descen are from a city originall know or call San Jose De Oruna now the English changed it to St. Joseph. They are from Maracas, St. Joseph he first capital of Trinidad not known to many.
At 6:59pm on August 1, 2008, Caracoli said…
Please tell us of your experiences with the drink "Maubi"
on the environmental round table. we love to hear your comments
At 10:00pm on March 30, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
A very warm welcome Keston Bravo! It is always great me for me to be in touch with Trinidadians, and a special privilege for Karinya/Caribs to join this network. If you encounter any problems, please feel free to call on me.

Best wishes and welcome again,

Max Forte.

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