Michelle Inarú Ropará
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  • Peekskill, NY
  • United States
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Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés and Michelle Inarú Ropará are now friends
Mar 4
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Anita Pagan's discussion Federal Recognition for Taino People
"I love it <3 <3"
Jan 19
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Anita Pagan's discussion Federal Recognition for Taino People
"Hi there.  I'm going to message you."
Jan 18
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Anita Pagan's discussion Federal Recognition for Taino People
"Taino ti brother.  With respect, I don't think our sister was trying to be difficult or rude or offensive by saying that Taino wasn't the original name.  Because the colonialists tried so hard to wipe out our culture, it can be…"
Jan 17
Michelle Inarú Ropará updated their profile
Aug 17, 2023
Michelle Inarú Ropará and Dushel Tesla are now friends
May 28, 2023
Michelle Inarú Ropará commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Calls for Freedom for Leonard Peltier in Pittsburgh
"Hahom, my brother.  I really appreciate this answer, and I appreciate you taking the historical misogyny into account.  I feel a lot better now.  Taino ti"
Oct 29, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará commented on Miguel Sague Jr's blog post Calls for Freedom for Leonard Peltier in Pittsburgh
"Greetings and respect, my brother.  I understand that this will not be a popular opinion here, which is why I chose not to share it on FB.  If you haven't listened to Anna Mae Aquash's daughter Denise speak about her…"
Oct 29, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará commented on Francisco J. Gonzalez's event Save the Date/Separe la Fecha: Taino DNA &amp; culture conference
"Tai Guey my friend.  I'd love to attend this webinar.  On the Maya Society website, it says that non-members have to pay $10 to register.  Is there a way to be part of the event without paying the fee?  Hahom"
Sep 5, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará might attend Francisco J. Gonzalez's event
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Save the Date/Separe la Fecha: Taino DNA &amp; culture conference at Online

September 16, 2022 from 6pm to 9pm
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Maya Society, I am pleased to invite my friends and colleagues from the Puerto Rican community and the larger Caribbean diaspora in Minnesota to a lecture by Dr. María Nieves-Colón (In person and online participation options available)Maria is conducting cutting-edge DNA research to understand the migration of the Indigenous pre-colonial populations in the Caribbean Basin. This work includes the relationship of the ancient Taíno communities…See More
Aug 23, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará left a comment for Council Of Women
"Taiguey, my friends!  Does anyone know of any New Moon Ceremonies that are being done regularly?  I'm very thankful to participate in Caney Full Moon Ceremonies, but I'd love to participate in New Moon Ceremonies for women as…"
Jun 20, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Miguel Sague Jr's discussion Creation Narration of the Seneca People
"Hahom, brother.  I have been fascinated with the story of Sky Woman and how culturally similar the Iroquois are to us!"
May 17, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Nelson Kaoamarix Zayas's discussion Achiano, Koromo, Rakuno, Sobaico
"Hahom!  Very interesting information."
Apr 26, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Anita Pagan's discussion Federal Recognition for Taino People
"Taino ti I realize that this is a very old post, but it's still relevant.  I will think of a more detailed response another time, but I absolutely think recognition is important to educate people on our very existence and to stop the paper…"
Jan 13, 2022
Michelle Inarú Ropará posted a status
"Hi! Is anyone going to the Indigenous Peoples Day in either Newton MA or Philly?"
Sep 19, 2021
Michelle Inarú Ropará replied to Anita Pagan's discussion What does it mean to be "indigenous" today?
"I know this is a very old discussion, but I just clicked on it today and would like to come back to it when I have more time (so this is just a reminder to myself)"
Sep 7, 2021

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About Me:
Both my grandmothers were from Puerto Rico. Now is the time to reclaim Taíno identity.
Occupation:
Martial Arts Instructor & Librarian
Research Interests:
Radical Feminism
Culture
Geography
History
Jewish Studies
Religion & Theology
Feminist Spirituality
All things Taíno
Music
Affiliation:
UCTP

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My brother Miguel, I love learning about the spirits and ceremonies.  The artwork at the top of the page touches my soul!

Posted on January 9, 2021 at 9:46pm — 1 Comment

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At 2:26pm on January 18, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

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At 7:15am on December 15, 2020, Miguel Sague Jr said…

Hello again Michelle. I am so happy that our website has been of some value to you. Please don't forget to check out the many useful videos that I have posted both here in our ICN video collection and  in my youtube site 

At 11:27am on December 7, 2020, Miguel Sague Jr said…

Greetings Michelle, to ICN network and also to our Caney Circle Spiritual Tradition group. I hope you find valuable information here in our Caney Circle Spiritual Tradition group that will help you in your progress towards more complete understanding of our ancient Taino tradition and  further involvement in the current Taino Resurgence Movement. I also invite you to check out my blog here in this network as well as our facebook presence.

 
 
 

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