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Afternoon Tertulia: Puerto Rico’s Taino Movements

Afternoon Tertulia: Puerto Rico’s Taino Movements

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Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Cost:Free

Centro Director, Yarimar Bonilla and Author Sherina Feliciano-Santos on October 7, 2021, discussing her latest book A Contested Caribbean Indigeneity: Language, Social Practice and Identity within Puerto Rican Taino Activism. We will explore the encounters and motivations of Boricua/ Taíno activists and the debates surrounding them in the Puerto Rican and Caribbean diaspora in NYC. How does self-identification play a role here and who decides who can hold someone accountable?

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