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At 7:15pm on December 31, 2008, Caracoli said…
Arenahi, Thats a cool name

My Taino name is Caracoli
At 2:19pm on December 31, 2008, Caracoli said…
Hey Keisha, are you going to the Traditional Dance Social ?
At 4:12pm on December 27, 2008, Caracoli said…
Please have patience with us, We need you very much
At 6:42pm on December 14, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Keisha, agreed. I was just intersted cause I heard Karifuna or gurifuan might be used to fill the gaps of the taino language. I know taino had mayan words too. I am thinking those two other languages dont becuase as you say its very arawaken influenced. I have no dought that many indigenous languages had to used european words for things that were lacking or or not invented before. Like car, airlplanes etc etc.................. Thanx for the info.
At 8:20pm on December 12, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Keisha, I have a question. Do you know how much of the Karifuna and Garifuna is indigenous?. Percentage wise? I heard that both these languages have english, spanish and other mixed with it. But I heard one of them is 75% ameridians and that it will probably be used to revive the taino language.
At 10:27pm on October 17, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey, keisha I replyed to your message. Let me know if you got it.
At 9:50pm on October 17, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey, Keisha, thanx for the friend invite.
At 4:24pm on October 16, 2008, Pernilla Hultberg said…
Hallo Keisha,
Remember me - we had some contact a while ago. I can see you're in Arizona now?
I have been involved in a linguistic project with my work with foreign doctors here in Sweden, and the important impact languages actually have for communication. I am primarily a social anthropologist, and as such my focus is on culture and the interaction between people, but one can never ignore the impact of languages as a tool or and obstacle for communication, right? And I must say that the more I learn from the linguistic field, the more interesting it gets!

You said earlier that you were working on a language manual/lexicon of the "Carib/Garifuna" language. How is that work going?
/Pernilla
At 11:46am on October 16, 2008, Ayesart said…
Hi Keisha:
Thanks for the positive comment on the painting, Atabey.
Ayes
At 2:29am on October 8, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey keisha, thanx for posting the clips. I saved them to my mp3 player. I heard two of them. The guy singing has nice voice.
At 10:17am on September 25, 2008, Ivy said…
No problem :)
At 4:26pm on September 24, 2008, Ivy said…
Hi Keisha, about that painting--I think he does have prints of it, but unfortunately I haven't been able to contact him lately...but feel free to right-click and save it on your computer!
At 8:43pm on September 16, 2008, adem medina cardona said…
is there a way to email you here?~c
At 12:32pm on September 15, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
My bad. I did get confused. That for clearing that up.
At 7:34am on September 3, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
Hi Keisha -- sorry to be a pest, it's for a good cause. Have you you checked your private mail in here? If you're not interested in the idea, that's alright, otherwise it would be great to have you contribute to public outreach and education.
At 3:12am on September 1, 2008, carib indian empress said…
thank you,for the comment, no problem i will check it out.
At 12:57am on August 29, 2008, Guy Marco said…
Thankz - will do
God Bless!!
At 3:27am on August 20, 2008, Guy Marco said…
Thankz - will do
At 5:42pm on August 19, 2008, Caracoli said…
Hello Keisha
sorry I missed you at the Bear Mountain Pow Wow, I wait to hear more from you & homeland your
At 5:01am on August 14, 2008, Maximilian Forte said…
I heard you were moving on to the PhD soon, is that true? If so, what fantastic news, pretty soon I will be forced to call you Dr. Josephs and bow slightly as you pass. I think that in the next 10 years there will be more Tainos, Caribs, Garifunas with advanced degrees so that, like we see online now, the non-native anthropologist speaking for/about these peoples will become increasingly outmoded. Which leaves me with one question: Where do I go for early retirement?

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