I am a proud Taino man residing in the great neighborhood of Washington Heights. My family is from the island of Boriken and distant relatives from my mother side migrated from Quiskeya. I enjoy indigenous music, activism, and art. It is my dream that indigenous people of all walks of life can gather as one and mend the sacred hoop.
NYS Licensed Social Worker; Spiritual Counselor
Cathedral College Seminary -'88 B.A. in Philosophy.
Seton Hall School of Theology 27 credits
Union Theological Seminary -'02 Master of Div in Pastoral Ministry
Columbia School of Social Work- '06 Master of Science in Social Work
cell: 646 406 5916
Taino spirituality; language; arts
Play: "The Spirit of Hatuey": The Louie Lopez Story.
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Your very welcome and thanx for you friend request. Yeah if you ever find out where your dominican side of your family let me know. You know never now!!! Yeah Jorge is great. Just incase you dont remember me. I was at the taino memeriol you guy held infront of the columbus statue at columbus cirlcle. You guys had already started and i didnt want to interupt. Later on I was speaking with ramon. He told me I should have just joined in. Next time I will.
Hey I met you once briefly and I also saw the interview that you, irka, ramon and Jorge estevez did on taino on NY.
I have been friend with Jorge for many month clost to a year. . I seen Irka about two times and Ramon 4 times if I am not mistaken. Look forward to seeing you and conversating. I am a taino from kiskeya I didnt know that you had some kiskeyano ancestry too Intersting........................ Welcome.