I am Huana. I posted a topic on the discussion panel on this site, for opening a discussion and dialogue regarding, Indoantillean language survival among borikuas. I am sharing this information. And I will like people to…"
Student at the University of Puerto Rico, mayor in Anthropology, minor in Geography. I have a serious pasion for Archaeology as well as many other academic fields which i will always feel inclined towards.
the geohistorical aspects in the caribbean, the interactions between regions in precolombian times as well as postcolonial. Im very interested in subaquatic Archaeology as well as Lithics in the Caribbean, but still not sure which one is it for me.
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I am Huana. I posted a topic on the discussion panel on this site, for opening a discussion and dialogue regarding, Indoantillean language survival among borikuas. I am sharing this information. And I will like people to participate in the dialogue regarding the topic. As you live in the island and you are interested in the native roots, I reach to you. In Boricuas island we have the language. It is talk mixed within the spanish that we as borikuas talk. For a revitalization this information that we have in here must be taken in consideration. We have enough data to revitalize the language with a Grammar. We are going to do it in Boriken. I you want to get the information. I suggest the participation and dialogue on this topic. I invite you to check on the videos posted in the youtube page: Borikua Ancestral. We are looking for people interested in joining this cause in the island. If you live in Puerto Rico, we invite you to join this work we are doing.
Hello and a big welcome Lisa! It doesn't look like you have any trouble at all using this site, but just in case you can contact me, or Josh Torres, if you run into any problems, and we'll do the best we can to help. It's a real pleasure to see you here and I hope you find this network useful and rewarding, it really is a pretty fascinating "place."