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Lost History: Rediscovering the Taíno People (Short Documentary)

Short film made for premiere in the IU Cinema on May 3, 2011. Short Film Editor: Chadwick M. Hanes Graphics: Brian Myers Full Production Crew: Angela Sorury ...

Taino Indians Counted Out Of Existence

There are those who self-identify as Taino Indians today and they are making sure that they are counted in the upcoming 2010 census. The Taínos were the orig...

Taíno Documentary Part II (Lost History: Rediscovering the Taíno People)

Sound Design: Chadwick M. Hanes This is part of the Broadcast-length Taino movie for the Documentary Production class in the Indiana University Department of...

Taino The Original People of Boriken (P.R.) U.S.A.

American Indian Culture (Taino) Music by Robert Tree Cody *All Rights Reserved.

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...

United Confederation Of Taino People Inc.

U.C.T.P leader Roberto Mukaro Borrero leads in the opening ceremony on February 19 at 26 Federal Plaza, the event was in support of Puerto Rico's fight again...

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...

The Future I Want - Tai Pelli,Taino People, UN Forum on Indigenous Issues 2012

"The future I want is where indigenous people are listened to, where there is equality and where we can start going forward."

The Declaration of the United Confederation of Taino People video by Jose Rivera 1998

The Declaration of the United Confederation of Taino People, Roberto Mukaro Borrero, at City Hall N.Y.Councilman Jose Rivera Host (La Nacion Taina en la casa...

A FOCUS ON THE TAINO PEOPLE - Radio -Interview with Roberto Mukaro Borrero UCTP

A FOCUS ON THE TAINO PEOPLE - Radio -Interview with Roberto Mukaro Borrero UCTP Jay Winter Nightwolf Host/Originator - Most Dangerous Show on Radio Friday, M...

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4 news items

 
The Daily Breeze
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 19:15:00 -0700

The tradition of murdering native people started with Christopher Columbus, who as governor of what is now the Dominican Republic and Haiti, presided over one of the most brutal exterminations in history, resulting in the demise of the peaceful Taino ...

TIME

TIME
Thu, 28 Aug 2014 13:37:30 -0700

Every indigenous group European explorers found when they first reached the Americas, from the Aztecs to the Inca to the Maya to the obscure Taino people were descended from a hardy bunch of immigrants who trekked over from Siberia more than 12,000 ...
 
Roll 'Bama Roll
Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:03:45 -0700

I'm not asking you to misappropriate a Taino people's method of infusing meats with smoke and time by throwing meat over some coals for a few minutes and then pass it off as the real McCoy. I'm asking you to bypass fire completely. Take the ribs and ...
 
Huffington Post (blog)
Thu, 07 Aug 2014 09:41:15 -0700

The island was first settled as early as 4000 BC by the Arawak and Taino people who named their new home Xaymaca (land of wood and water). Colonized by Spain in 1494 and then England in 1655, both nations brought thousands of laborers from Ghana ...
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