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Interview with Norm Chomsky

   
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Kujon A Taíno and A Monk


Kujon
A Taíno and A Monk

Last Tuesday, I did a video interview with Kujon, a Monk and a Taino. My interviews are simple, I only ask a question or two and just listen. Listening to what Kujon had to say to the general public was interesting and bare. I hope to have it on YouTube in a month along with an English translation, voice override with Kujon’s voice low in the background.

Before the interview, I asked Kujon again, if he would permit me to do a biography of his life. We discussed what that meant, and I emphasized how important it is to tell the world about his tribe.

Rescatando la Cultura de Los Taínos

Escrito por:  Maguida M. Rivera
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Fecha: 28 de marzo 2014

Rescatando la Cultura de Los Taínos
Artículo 1 de la serie


Todos tenemos raíces y la mayoría de nosotros conocemos a nuestro árbol genialógico o al menos creemos que  sabemos de dónde venimos.  Hay quienes nacieron en la isla de Puerto Rico pero nunca se sintieron cómodo con el perfil típico del Puertorriqueño.