google-site-verification: googlec42731f708ac8dbd.html Here's what to know about tonight's Building Equity event

Here's what to know about tonight's Building Equity event

June 22, 2020

Our Building Equity Project continues tonight with the highly anticipated "Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean: A Focus on the Taino" event. In this online presentation, internationally renowned advocate, artist, and educator, Roberto Múkaro Borrero (Guainía Taíno) will provide viewers with an introductory look at the history, culture, and contemporary issues of the Taíno People. 

 

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About Roberto Múkaro Borrero

 

Roberto is a Taino consultant & cultural advisor, specializing  in policy & program development and human rights. For over 20 years, he has active engaged the United Nations system in areas like Sustainable Development, Climate Change; the Information Society; and the Organization of American States. Along with his advocacy he is an accomplished writer, artist and musician. He is a member of Taíno Tribal Nation, and in 2012, he was traditionally sanctioned a kasike (chief) of the Guainía Taíno tribal community.

 

 

Tonight's event

 

Few people are aware of the great contributions of the Taíno, the Caribbean Indigenous Peoples whom Columbus met and called “Indians.” Did you know that a number of English and Spanish words such as hurricane, iguana, barbeque, and tobacco, among others, are borrowed from the Taíno language? In this event, you'll get to learn about the rich Taíno culture. Roberto's lecture presentation will be followed by a Q & A session, so come with relevant questions ready!

 

Join us tonight for this great event!

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