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Tag Archives: aboriginal

  1. Cargo (2018: Australia, Zombie-Thriller) – Martin Freeman

    CARGO is a post-apocalyptic thriller and an emotional story of a father trying to save his child at all costs.

    April 1, 2018Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  2. ‘Rhymes for Young Ghouls’ – Roseanne Supernault, Devery Jacobs & Katie Nolan

    Red Crow Mi’g Maq reservation, 1976: By government decree, every Indian child under the age of 16 must attend residential school. In the kingdom of the Crow, that means imprisonment at St. Dymphna‘s. That means being at the mercy of “Popper“, the sadistic Indian agent who runs the school.

    October 22, 2014Cinema, Culture, Video GalleryNo comments
  3. THE HOMESMAN: Tommy Lee Jones, Hilary Swank & Meryl Streep

    A claim jumper and a pioneer woman team up to escort three insane women from Nebraska to Iowa.

    April 14, 2014Books, Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  4. Ewan MacGregor, Julia Roberts, Benedict Cumberbatch, Meryl Streep… Let’s grab that Oscar, goddammit! “August: Osage County”

    Director: John Wells Starring: Meryl Streep, Dermot Mulroney, Julia Roberts

    September 19, 2013Cinema, Oddity, Video GalleryNo comments
  5. The Lone Ranger: another Helena Bonham Carter/Johnny Depp film June 4, 2013Books, Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  6. 1st, 2nd & 3rd place medals for Caricom Inter-Tribal Games

    Damon Corrie wants to thank the persons who have already come forward to support this history making effort of the CARICOM Inter-Tribal Games – I encourage others to step forward and support this worthy cause – due to begin a mere 7 days from today! Still time for you to help make it a resounding success!

    September 23, 2012Athletics, TravelNo comments
  7. A BEAUTIFUL CONCEPT FOR HOW INDIGENOUS CHILDREN SHOULD BE EDUCATED By Damon Gerard Corrie

    I met Mrs. Suraporn Suriyamonton of the 4 million person Karen Tribal Nation of Burma/Thailand,at the Tribal Link Project Access Global Capacity Training for Indigenous Peoples Training course in New York City recently. Ever since I became aware in my early teens of the genocide being waged against the Karen Tribe by the government of […]

    June 7, 2012Controversy, EducationNo comments
  8. THE INDIA YOU DO NOT KNOW – By Damon Gerard Corrie

    I was fortunate to have met Mrs. Meenakshi Munda of the 2 million person Munda Tribal Nation of India, at the Tribal Link Project Access Global Capacity Training for Indigenous Peoples Training course; held in May 2012 in New York City USA. Meenakshi is a petite, attractive and soft-spoken soul, and I did not expect […]

    June 6, 2012Controversy, TravelNo comments
  9. Madame Anna Namarat Enole Sina – truly ‘One who has seen hot Sun’ by Damon Gerard Corrie

    I first met Madame Anna Namarat Enole Sina of the 20,000 person Ogiek Tribal Nation of Kenya – at the Tribal Link Project Access Global Capacity Building for Indigenous Peoples Training Course, held May 2012 in New York City; USA. Anna founded the Natodua Jua Kali Women’s Association in Kenya in September 2010, and the […]

    May 10, 2012Political, TravelNo comments
  10. Eleanor Goroh, an Indigenous Artist from Sabah – “The Land Below the Wind” by Damon Gerard Corrie

    I met 30 year-old Eleanor Goroh of the Jaringan Orang Asal SeMalaysia Organization, at the Tribal Link Project Access Global Capacity Building for Indigenous Peoples Training Course May 2012 in New York City, USA; the first observation anyone would naturally make – is that she is a petite indigenous lady with a studious look about […]

    May 6, 2012TravelNo comments
  11. “Juvenescence” at Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination ’til May 11th: Dadrian Greenidge

    This reminds me of an old-time ‘monkey‘ which was used to cool water without fridges, so is this a Froggy?  

    May 1, 2012Photo Gallery, SculptureNo comments
  12. CARICOM member states show contempt for Indigenous Peoples AGAIN at OAS Headquarters in Washington D.C., USA

    Once AGAIN – for the 14th consecutive time – CARICOM member States of the OAS refused to participate in the meeting at OAS headquarters in Washington DC – of negotiations in the points of consensus, on the historic Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the Americas; April 18-20 2012. This noble effort […]

    April 24, 2012Controversy, PoliticalNo comments
  13. INDIGENOUS SNATCH A SMALL VICTORY FROM THE JAWS OF DEFEAT AT THE OAS

    At the 14th Session of negotiations in the quest for points of consensus, on the Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the Americas – held at OAS headquarters in Washington DC; USA – April 18-20th 2012…we (in the Indigenous Caucus) felt a tangible and pervasive sense that many OAS member states had […]

    April 23, 2012PoliticalNo comments
  14. SOLIDARITY & CONTROVERSY AT THE 6th SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS, April 14-15th #Cartagena, #Colombia #water #poverty #women #usa #cuba #oas

    I consider myself privileged to have heard the following speeches with my own ears – and to be reliably informed by certain political allies in the delegations of certain States of some aspects you will not see mentioned in the media – that transpired during the VI Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia. What […]

    April 18, 2012PoliticalNo comments
  15. {Damon Corrie} INSIDERS’ REPORT FROM THE 4th INDIGENOUS LEADERS SUMMIT OF THE AMERICAS, April 11-13th Cartagena, Colombia

    For the first time in History an Indigenous Leaders Summit of the Americas (ILSA) was given a high degree of prominence by the State hosting the immediately following Summit of the Americas, in 2009 the III Indigenous Leaders Summit had to be held in Panama whilst the V Summit of the Americas (for the OAS […]

    April 17, 2012Editorial, PoliticalNo comments
  16. PROOF that the Skeete’s Bay-Culpepper Island development is not “just in the planning stages” but is actually underway!

    Dear Reader, I wish to add these {Skeete’s Bay} photos to the National debate/awareness, for I too read the Nation article with great interest – and was given the impression that the developer was still only in the planning stages, but after having gone to the site myself on Sunday 12th February 2012 – I […]

    February 20, 2012Travel1 comment
  17. O.A.S HEADS-OF-STATE HAVE HISTORIC OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A MAGNANIMOUS HUMANITARIAN GESTURE THAT INVESTS IN THE FUTURE OF MANKIND!

    On 9th February 2012, in the Gabriella Mistral room at the GSB Building of the Organization of American States located at 1889 F st. NW Washington DC; a Consultation Session with the working group on ‘Access to and Use of Technology‘ was held. Only two indigenous representatives were directly involved and physically present at this […]

    February 12, 2012Featured, TravelNo comments
  18. SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS FOR AMERINDIAN STUDENTS AT ANNAI SECONDARY IN GUYANA

    Dear Editor, I was recently in the North Rupununi region of Guyana looking for investment opportunities to help the region develop, but many Amerindian communities in Guyana are aware that I also submit reports on Human Rights issues to the United Nations (UN) and the Organization of American States (OAS) – as well as for […]

    January 31, 2012Education, Featured, Travel3 comments
  19. Indigenous Activist Damon Corrie’s Rant – Trinidad government offers colonial style tokenism (with heavy Church interference) to one tribe and completely ignores the other 2!

    Dear reader, Over 500 years ago – the illegal ‘Christianization‘ (by force) of Indigenous Colonial Trinidad began, you may find it shocking to note that the politicians of today with their ‘cosmetic solutions‘ and ceaseless ‘lip-service‘ to todays Indigenous remnant survivors in Neo-Colonial Trinidad are once again imposing an illegal foreign religion upon the true […]

    January 8, 2012Featured, Political2 comments
  20. President of Suriname shuts down land rights conference following clear demands from indigenous and tribal peoples

    A conference organised by the Government of Suriname on 21 and 22 October 2011, which was meant to clarify positions and proposals on land rights and build mutual understanding between the Government and indigenous and tribal (maroon) peoples, ended in a very abrupt manner. The Government even called it “a disaster” on 23 October 2011. […]

    December 18, 2011Featured, PoliticalNo comments
  21. ‘Barbadiana Jones’ Damon Corrie becomes first outsider to see & photograph a series of waterfalls in Guyana’s interior

    Damon Corrie (called by some as a real life ‘Barbadiana Jones‘ which is in reference to the adventurous ‘Indiana Jones‘ a fictitious explorer of Hollywood fame) is of Barbadian birth and Guyanese Amerindian descent and is well known in local, regional & international circles for two things primarily – #1 His promotion of Indigenous Rights, […]

    September 13, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments
  22. Barbadian of Guyanese Arawak descent now the most influential Indigenous rights activist in CARICOM

    Well known Worldwide Indigenous Rights Activist Damon Gerard Corrie (himself of maternal Guyanese Lokono-Arawak descent), is now the Caribbean representative on the Planning Committee of the 4th Indigenous Leaders Summit of the Americas; it is a three-year mandate. With the majority of votes of support coming in from every Caribbean country that harbors an Indigenous […]

    April 24, 2011Featured, Political1 comment
  23. NEW WEST COAST CARNIVAL FOR BARBADOS – “Rayz: The Sunrise Arieto”

    Settlers: The West Coast Experience (SWCE) Settlers presents Taino themed moonlight costume revelry along Barbados’ platinum coast and “Rayz: The Sunrise Arieto” breakfast after-party on Friday 25th March, 2011. This premium, all inclusive heritage tourism product boasts an eclectic fusion of local and international sounds which will set the pace for hundreds of revellers as […]

    February 3, 2011Fashion, Featured, TravelNo comments
  24. YES – THERE ARE AMERINDIAN CHILDREN IN BARBADIAN SCHOOLS! Opinion from Damon Corrie

    Fellow Barbadians, I am tired of my own Arawak children and other Amerindian children in Barbadian schools (some 40 children in all) being told by mis educated or ill-informed teachers that the tribe to which they belong ‘no longer exists’ so therefore they cannot possibly be who they say they are. For the information of these ‘educators’ there […]

    January 31, 2011Controversy, Culture, Editorial5 comments
  25. A Synopsis of the Indigenous Caucus preview meetings of Jan 15-17 2011

    A Synopsis of the Indigenous Caucus of the Americas preview meetings of January 15th-17th 2011 at the Padilha Vidal Room of the Organization of American States building at 1889 F. Street N.W. Washington DC; USA. OAS The highly respected Mr. Luis Toro of the Department of International Law at the Organization of American States (OAS) delivered the opening […]

    January 19, 2011Featured, TravelNo comments