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Silencing of the Tongues: Arawak/Lokono (Final Edit)
The video pursues the last remaining speakers of the Lokono language, otherwise known as Arawak, in Guyana. I does so on the Essequibo Coast in the area of M...
Puerto Rican Dance -- Taino Indians of the Arawak people
The beginning of the History of Puerto Rican Music and Dance performed by the Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center at International Cleveland Community Day i...
ARAWAK - "A WHA WE AH WAIT FOR" (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
Arawak Official Music video---- ("A wha we ah wait for" - A.Puglia) Produced by ALAMBIC CONSPIRACY Editing video: Mario Di MAso Audio Mix&Edit: Paolo Bal...
We visit an Arawak indian settlement and speak with some women; tribal chief Daniel Gomez!
In this December 18, 2008, video recording, we visit an Arawak indian settlement in the jungles of Venezuela's southern Bolivar State and speak with some ind...
TAINO Nation of Jamaica 'Xaymaca'
Arawak was the language of the first settlers on the island of Jamaica, the Tainos. The Tainos arrived in Jamaica somewhere near 600 AD. It is assumed that t...
An animation which showcases the lifestyle and cultures of the Arawaks.
Words of Life Arawak People/Language Movie Trailer
This is: Words of Life Arawak People/Language Movie Trailer c20630 [c20630t] Other names for this language are: Arowak; Arowaks; Lokono This language is spok...
Caribe Native Arawak - "HURRICANE'S MARCH"
A video clip and song for the St Kitts school mascot event, for the teams and students, also dedicated to rubber ball games, to aboriginal peoples, tradition...
Historia del arte.
Arawak Dance [Kanaval 09]
Scenes from Kanaval 2009 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This particular dance is a tribute to the original inhabitants of the island, the Arawak (Taino) people. W...
Albany Times Union (blog)
Albany Times Union (blog)
Thu, 16 Oct 2014 19:19:41 -0700
Garifuna are descendants of West African, Carib and Arawak peoples. Others are Creoles, descendants of African slaves and European settlers, and they have different faces and lighter skin. Then there are the Maya, who have three different groups, each ...
The New Republic
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 10:03:45 -0700
Conversely, it does no service to an understanding of native American cultures to cloak them in a mantle of innocence and virtue: to pretend, for example, that the hostile relationship between the Carib and the Arawak peoples was a European fantasy, or ...
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