Jose Barreiro
10/18/14

Something of the sentiment and thrust current in the American Indian/Indigenous world of the Americas was evident in a recent session in Lima, Peru....

Jose Barreiro
8/26/14

A new consciousness of Cuban reality emerged as the cacique and his daughter stepped out from a 20-year trail and into indigenous and global history....

Michelle Tirado
5/5/13
The Taíno were the first to greet Christopher Columbus when he arrived in 1492 and were thus some of the earliest Indigenous Peoples to be decimated by colonization...
Rick Kearns
3/29/13
The Taino presence in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico can be found in the people and the cultures according to scholars conducting research in both places...
ICTMN Staff
12/4/12
The days are drawing closer to the supposed Mayan Apocalypse said to happen at the end of the indigenous group’s Long Count calendar – December 21...
Jose Barreiro
7/2/12
Once again before Grandfather Sun, Tunkashila, with the Oglala relatives, the ceremony has come together...
Jose Barreiro
10/26/11

Social agreement, like a treaty—or even as the trustworthy word of an honest human being—must be kept. Once broken, dissonance ensues, and conflict is sure to follow....

Jose Barreiro
8/23/11

In the Greater Antilles, Taino is in the mind. Taino is nation and movement, ancestry and identity. Taino, the term, is mentioned in the early chronicles of conquest, recorded to mean "the good people" or the "noble people."...

Lorraine Jessepe
11/6/12
American Indian entrepreneur Jona Rupnicki has some simple advice for aspiring Native business owners: “If the opportunity is there, you’ve just got to take it.” Rupnicki (Potawato...