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Comment by Alex Zacarias on September 5, 2011 at 9:54pm
Beyond Extinction: Consciousness of Taíno and Caribbean Indigeneity

In August of 2011 the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC held a symposium - Consciousness of Taino: Explorations of Identity. The symposium featured representative speakers from a multidisciplinary delegation of scholars on Taíno and Caribbean indigenous themes who discussed the survival of Taíno language, identity, and material culture in contemporary Caribbean consciousness. Participants included archaeologist Osvaldo García Goyco, historian Alejandro Hartmann Matos, biologist Juan Carlos Martínez Cruzado, and historian Juan Manuel Delgado. Roberto Borrero (Boriken Taino), president, United Confederation of Taíno People and Jorge Baracutey Estevez (Kiskeya Taino) served as respondents and Lic Clenis Tavarez Maria Secretary of State for Culture from Kiskeya (Dominican Republic). It was moderated by José Barreiro, director of the Office of Latin America at the National Museum of the American Indian, the program is organized by the National Museum of the American Indian and the Smithsonian Latino Center.
http://youtu.be/NN6keqIKVrA
Jay Winter Nightwolf (Jay Gola Wahya Sunoyi) Cherokee, Taino and Shoshone, is host of "The American Indian's Truths - Nightwolf - the Most Dangerous Show On Radio" WPFW 89.3 FM - Pacifica Radio
Here he interviews José Barreiro (Taino Cuba), director of the Office of Latin America at the National Museum of the American Indian, Juan Carlos Martínez Cruzado, Biologist/Genecist and Alex Zacarias, Filmmaker of The Lost Taino Tribe after a symposium which featured representative speakers from a multidisciplinary delegation of scholars on Taíno and Caribbean indigenous themes who discussed the survival of Taíno language, identity, and material culture in contemporary Caribbean consciousness.

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