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May 2011 Blog Posts (5)

Maya Teachers Ac Tah and Antonio Aj Ik in Western Pennsylvania


Takaji My Relatives

On Monday May 16 and Tuesday May 17 we here in the Three Rivers area of Southwestern Pennsylvania were visited by Maya teacher Ac Tah of Yucatan, Mexico.   Ac Taj came to the Pittsburgh area as part of his year 2011 walking mission to spread the hopeful…


Added by Miguel Sague Jr on May 27, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

Brand Evaluation: The Omogo Reloaded Logo


According to O'Guin,… Continue

Added by ResQ Records/Omogo Reloaded on May 22, 2011 at 6:27pm — No Comments

Funeral Ceremony for Trinidad Carib Queen Valentina Medina

The late Carib queen, Valentina Assing Medina, had three wishes. They were granted. Paying tribute to Medina, her daughter Loretta Medina-Grant said, “She wanted a pink rose in her hair. She also asked to see several people including Senator (Penny) Beckles (who read her eulogy), and Councillor Metevier. She especially asked for Msgr Christian Perreira to do her service.” The celebration and thanksgiving for the life of Medina, fondly known as Mavis, took place at the Santa Rosa RC Church,…


Added by Maximilian Forte on May 16, 2011 at 10:38pm — No Comments

A Caribbean Indigenous Atlanta!

Rock art specialists from around North America have finally solved this century old archaeological riddle. The stone slab is evidence that native peoples from Puerto Rico or Cuba once lived within the interior of Eastern North America.

One day, long before Christopher Columbus claimed to have landed on the eastern edge of Asia, a forgotten people cut steps in the rocks leading up a steep bluff near the Chattahoochee River in the northwest section of the State of Georgia. They carved… Continue

Added by Maximilian Forte on May 3, 2011 at 2:54pm — No Comments

Carib Identity, Racial Politics, and the Problem of Belonging

The resilience of Carib identity, in places such as Trinidad & Tobago, is something remarkable, not to mention the renewal, resurgence, and social revalidation of this identity. This resilience is remarkable not only when one considers a consistent pattern of European colonial military onslaughts, enslavement, expropriation of lands, and social marginalization, but also the cultural stigma histroically attached to Caribness, such that even surviving…

Added by Maximilian Forte on May 1, 2011 at 1:13am — No Comments

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