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Tag Archives: Indigenous Affairs

  1. WILD INDIAN (2021) Michael Greyeyes, Jesse Eisenberg & Kate Bosworth

    Two men learn to confront a traumatic secret they share involving the savage murder of a schoolmate.

    August 22, 2021Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  2. 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
  3. “ARDOR” – Gael Garcia Bernal (Drama: 2015)

    When fires sweep through the rainforest near their property along the Parana River, a poor tobacco-farming family goes on high alert. The head of the family, João (Chico Díaz), correctly suspects the fire is a result of slash-and-burn tactics by ruthless land-grabbers intent on acquiring the farm he shares with his lovely daughter, Vânia (Braga), […]

    April 21, 2015Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  4. interCaribbean Airways launches Cacique Rewards

    interCaribbean Airways is pleased to announce our new rewards program called “Cacique Rewards“. A rewards program for our customers across the islands of the Caribbean. Now all frequent and infrequent travelers can join Cacique Rewards and earn Cacique Rewards Points for rewards flights across the Caribbean network. At this time customers may sign up, via the link […]

    December 24, 2014TravelNo comments
  5. ‘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
  6. HBO ANNOUNCES ITS JULY FEATURES IN THE CARIBBEAN

    THE GREAT GATSBY (Saturday, July 12, 21:00hrs AST*), co-written and directed by Baz Luhrmann, is a drama film based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan, Joel Edgerton, and Elizabeth Debicki. It follows the life and times of millionaire Jay Gatsby and his neighbor Nick, who recounts his encounter with […]

    June 20, 2014CinemaNo comments
  7. Miss Khal Drogo? Jason Momoa stars & Directs in ‘Road to Paloma’

    ‘Road to Paloma‘ is the beautiful journey of two bikers traveling across America’s vast west. While Native American Wolf (Jason Momoa) is being pursued by the FBI for having taken the law into his own hands, when his mother was raped and killed on their reservation he crosses paths with Cash (Robert Mollohan), a down […]

    May 21, 2014Cinema, Crime, Video GalleryNo comments
  8. (Updated!) LIAT MANAGEMENT AGREE TO SETTLE PRIVATELY WITH AMERINDIAN PASSENGER

    For anyone linking over from BARBADOS FREE PRESS, The matter is now resolved, and no more news articles about it is part of the deal… This is even though Damon claims his wife never lied to him in 21 years of marriage? As Mr Corrie sees it? “Sometimes we just can’t win even when we […]

    May 18, 2014TravelNo comments
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Caribbean Adventure Series Author to visit the Montserrat Public Library

    Author of the Caribbean Adventure Series for children Carol Mitchell will visit the Montserrat Public Library this Saturday, August 10, 2013 for Children’s Reading Hour. Librarian Sonja Smith says the visit by the children’s author is another way the Public Library is working to make books come alive to readers. “We look forward to Mrs […]

    August 14, 2013Books, TravelNo comments
  12. United States Embassy held 237th Independence Day Reception: Ambassador Palmer supports the Redskins?

    Ambassador Palmer also took time during Barbados celebrations to express sympathy to the 19 fire-fighters who lost their lives in Arizona combatting seasonal blazes…

    July 7, 2013Photo Gallery, PoliticalNo comments
  13. ARAWAK PRINCESS BURIED IN WESTBURY CEMETERY UNKNOWN TO MOST BARBADIANS by Damon Gerard Corrie

    Barbadians grow up, like most others who learn about Caribbean History and the arrival of Columbus in the ‘New World‘ (and the subsequent invasion it unleashed for the true landlords of the Western Hemisphere) – hearing about ‘the Arawaks‘ and the ‘Caribs‘; but the Eurocentric educational system of the Western World gives everyone the impression […]

    June 23, 2013Culture, TravelNo comments
  14. The Lone Ranger: another Helena Bonham Carter/Johnny Depp film June 4, 2013Books, Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  15. “First peoples of the Caribbean still being ignored!” By Damon Gerard Corrie

    Dear Editor, I was pleased to see a documentary on the Lokono, Taino & Kalinago Amerindian Tribal Nations – the first peoples of the Caribbean on the CBC News in Barbados (23rd December 2012), and note that I deliberately said ‘peoples‘ and not ‘people‘, because under International Human Rights Laws each Amerindian tribe is a […]

    December 27, 2012Nature, TravelNo comments
  16. Johnny Depp rides again? The Lone Ranger (2013) – Armie Hammer as masked cowboy [HD]

    Starring Johnny Depp as Tonto and Armie Hammer as The Lone Ranger.

    December 12, 2012Books, Cinema, Video GalleryNo comments
  17. DEBUT OF THE CARIBBEAN AMERINDIAN DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION

    6 members of the best known three pre-Colombian native Amerindian Peoples of the Caribbean, the Taino of the North Caribbean, the Kalinago of the Central Caribbean, and the Lokono of the South Caribbean, announced the birth of the (non-profit) Caribbean Amerindian Development Organisation (CADO). The gender balanced CADO Council founder/life members are: Damon Corrie & […]

    December 10, 2012NatureNo comments
  18. FIRST EVER CARICOM INTER-TRIBAL GAMES 2012 SUCCESSFULLY HELD IN GUYANA!

    A mere 4 weeks ago Damon Gerard Corrie had an idea, the kind of idea that consumed his thoughts and denied him sleep that night; inspired by the 2012 London Olympics in which for the first time ever a member of his Lokono-Arawak tribe in Guyana (a young man by the name of Raul Lall […]

    October 5, 2012Athletics, Video Gallery2 comments
  19. 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
  20. Inter-Tribal Games: A FIRST EVER FOR THE CARIBBEAN REGION! GET ON BOARD AND SUPPORT HISTORY IN THE MAKING!

    It might not be a huge spectacle this year – as everything must start small, but the point is it WILL start this year come hell or high water! Hopefully next year it can evolve into a Caribbean (including non-CARICOM countries like the Greater Antilles) or even Latin America, or even the entire Americas one […]

    September 1, 2012Culture, Photo Gallery1 comment
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. SAN TRIBESMEN & WOMEN IN BOTSWANA ILLEGALLY ARRESTED BY GOVERNMENT SECURITY FORCES: By Damon Gerard Corrie

    On 13th December 2006 a verdict was issued in the ‘Central Kalahari Game Reserve Legal Case‘; was decided in the High Court of Botswana – IN FAVOUR of the San Indigenous Community who were declared “TO HAVE A RIGHT TO RETURN TO LIVE IN THE CENTRAL KALAHARI – WITH THE RIGHT TO HUNT THERE FOR SUBSISTENCE PURPOSES” On […]

    June 1, 2012Controversy, TravelNo comments
  24. THE BANGLADESH MILITARY – BIGGEST CONTRIBUTOR TO UN PEACEKEEPING FORCES, AND AMONG THE WORST HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATORS IN ASIA

    People in the Commonwealth only think of Bangladesh as being ‘that country next to India with a sometimes good cricket team‘, and Cricket fans may recall the happy dancing Indigenous Christian & Buddhist Jumma women the Bangladesh government paraded for the cameras during the Cricket World Cup – in order to fool the world that […]

    May 21, 2012Controversy, PoliticalNo comments