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About Me:
Carib descendant.
Occupation:
Self employed: Baptiste Electronic Security Service
Education:
Student of Journalism/Public Relations
Contact Information:
zeeskalee@yahoo.com
Research Interests:
History, customs and beliefs. Regional interest similarities and differences among the islands.
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Caribbean Journal
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http://www.caribbeanjournal.co.cc
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http://caribbeanproscommunicate.ning.com/
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Indigenous Peoples not allowed to speak

PROTEST-Indigenous Peoples "2nd MAY REVOLT" at the UNPFII


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Indigenous Peoples not allowed to speak at UNFCCC-10 Dec 2008


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Posted on December 26, 2008 at 4:32pm

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At 7:56pm on October 24, 2009, Maximilian Forte said…
Hello Zeeska!

Do you come in here any more? I would love to chat again.
At 4:27am on August 6, 2008, Guy Marco said…
I visited Carib territory thrice - wonderful people and their stories.
Do you Carib language?
At 6:55pm 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 11:46pm on July 30, 2008, AkuTurey said…
Hello,hope is well with you tonight!(maybe this morning or afternoon when you read this!)Do you speak an Arawak based language?,like Garifuna? I dated a woman from Trinidad when I was still in my 20's and she had Indian(Asia"Hindu)blood,I have not looked into your history,I'm sorry...my parents are from Cuba,Camaguey,and I was there just before Castro came into power.Now,I am being trained as a Behique in "Caney Spiritual Indigenous Spiritual Circle",and as the Upstate Representative of that circle.I thank you for adding me as friend,and look forward to continued exchanges!Bo'Matum,
FrankAkuTurey
At 8:51pm on July 30, 2008, Caracoli said…
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Thanks for the addition to your circle
At 6:25pm on July 14, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Hello Zeeska, where are you? Don't tell me you did like I just did recently...forget my login information. I was locked out, staring at the network and screaming to let me in. It was a desperate situation :D
At 2:53am on May 23, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Hello again Zeeska!

By the way, that is an unusual name in Trinidad, not so? I can't remember ever having met another Trini with that name.

At the top of this page you will see a tiny email envelope at the top left. Please click on it, and there should be a message from me, with some contact information you requested.

I will be in Trinidad in October, and it would be great to meet. There is also a Carib event on Oct. 14, if you are interested in going.

Until soon,

Max.
At 1:17pm on May 13, 2008, adem medina cardona said…
Good morning, and thank you for the add!-c
At 3:05pm on May 12, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
I promised Rosanna some contact information as well, so I should email both of you using the mail feature of this network just in case cell phone numbers were not meant to be advertised. Otherwise, in more general terms, you can find the Carib Community Centre at 7a Paul Mitchell Street in Arima, behind the Santa Rosa cemetery on King St. In terms of where they might stand, the organised Carib Community tends to vote solidly with the PNM.
At 8:37am on May 12, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
In terms of that token recognition issue, I am not sure one could say that matters have changed. In fact, there seems to be some deterioration--not only have promised lands failed to materialize, now ministers are acting like they forgot the promises that were made in public, recorded by the media, recorded by me as well on both audio and video. Then there was a suggestion of allowing Trinidadians to self-identify as Carib, indigenous, etc., on the next census, with some pressure from the UN...and not another word has been heard from the government. Perhaps the politicians think the society is easier to "manage" if they can sort people out as either African or Indian?
 
 
 

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