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Friday, October 14, 2011

Intergenerational Conference



“We Are Not Extinct!”

Meet the decedents of the first Indigenous people Columbus encountered in 1492
 The birth of the Wall Street philosophy in the new world and the involvement of the Vatican.
Learn of the prophecy of Aura Surey, the Mayan-Taino link & the 2012 prophesies
Saturday, October 22nd from 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday, October 23rd from 10 am – 5 pm

This 2-Day event will feature presentations by
Taino Elders, Youth Historians, Spiritual Leaders,
Indigenous Artisans & performances.
Native Taino Opening closing ceremony on both days.

Location
Yippie Cafe and Museum
9 Bleecker Street @ Bowery
New York, NY 10012
Phone:  (212) 677-5918 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            (212) 677-5918      end_of_the_skype_highlighting     

Directions
6 Train to Bleecker
B, D, F Trains to Broadway - Lafayette St             

For More Information
Call (347) 242-0516 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            (347) 242-0516      end_of_the_skype_highlighting  or  Email bohioatabei@aol.com

Conference Cost
$35 per person for a Two-Day Conference Pass
$25 for students and seniors
Or
$20 per person for a One-Day Conference Pass
$ 15 for students and seniors

Speakers and Presenters with partial list of Topics.


Elder Behike Domingo Turey Hernandez- 
Boriqua 
Yukayeke Guainía
Historian, Storyteller, Healer,
The History of the Taino Resurgence Movement

Chief Roman Guaraguarix Perez 
Kiskeya
Yukayeke Maisiti
Lecturer,Storyteller.Folklorist,
Drummer,Singer,Artist
Taino pottery vendor



Bomba Yo /Boriqua Youth Project.
The merging of two cultures
 Taino/African fusion music.

Behike Miguel Soboako Koromo -
Guajiro Kuba
Spiritual Leader, healer
Caney Spiritual Circle, Taino Maya Initiative

Genaro Bajacu Manigua Rodríguez-
PDJ Guaribo Boriken
Personal account of Discrimination at The US/Canadian Border

Melinda Guaru’kuio Cruz Vargas.
Youth Activist, PDJ Guaribo Boriken

Sofia Huluca Perez-
Youth leader
Yukayeke Maisiti
                         
Chief Roberto Mukaro Borrero 
Taino Cultural Consultant, Activist, Musician
President United Confederation of Taino People.
The History & Political System of the Taino.

Lourdes Kalichinaru Lebron-
Boriqua
Clinical care Specialist, Nurse
Nutritional Advocate

Michael Mckenna-Special invited speaker
Iboga a gift from our Indigenous relatives from Africa. 
Iboga a proven natural healing medicine that interrupts addiction.

 Edwin Guacukio Cedeno
Award winning Taino drummer.
Musical presentation from his second soon to be released new CD

Koaiku Alegria Sagrada Cruz. Taino 
Boriqua
Transformational Therapist,
Accomplished dancer exercise Instructor,
PDJ Guaribo Boriken
Poetry in Dance presentation by Koaiku to the narrated poems
Mis Tres Abuelas,Mujer Taina
 By Ata Vanessa Inaunikia

Professor Rafael Landron Taino Boricua College
Boriqua
Activist, Published Author, Poet
PDJ Route of The Red Tail Hawk organizer

Ata Vanessa Inaru Pastrana Padilla.
Bohio Atabei Grandmothers council.
Healer, spiritual Consular, Activist, Poet
Global Indigenous Women’s network
PDJ Route Red Tail Hawk Organizer
                                        

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