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  • Ils violent ton histoire, ils pillent ton espoir, ils tuent ta liberté et demandent de ne pas en faire toute une histoire.
Ils font tout ce qui est en leur pouvoir pour maintenir dans la précarité et l'ignorance
#blood #arawak #africain #sangblanc #colonisé #émancipation #guerrefinancière #combatspirituel 
L'environnement conditionne l'aspect de notre comportement.
Essayer de ne pas se faire du mauvais sang malgré nos mélanges forcés.
  • Ils violent ton histoire, ils pillent ton espoir, ils tuent ta liberté et demandent de ne pas en faire toute une histoire.
    Ils font tout ce qui est en leur pouvoir pour maintenir dans la précarité et l'ignorance
    #blood #arawak #africain #sangblanc #colonisé #émancipation #guerrefinancière #combatspirituel
    L'environnement conditionne l'aspect de notre comportement.
    Essayer de ne pas se faire du mauvais sang malgré nos mélanges forcés.
  •  5  0  11 hours ago
  • Encuentra en la Droguería Caldas 😌 Despigmentador cutáneo libre parabenos 👏
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Las manchas en la piel con el tiempo aumentan su tamaño gracias a la edad 👵
el embarazo👶la polución💨y el sol🌞
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Por eso #Arawak creó la novedosa formula natural contra las manchas. Aplícala durante el día y disfruta de sus beneficios!!
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👍 Previene y elimina manchas
👍 Recupera el tono de la piel
👍 Tiene protección SPF 30
👍 Protege de la polución, viento, Frío/Calor y la luz artificial
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#Drogeriacaldas #Manizales #pielsinmanchas #despigmentadorcutaneo
  • Encuentra en la Droguería Caldas 😌 Despigmentador cutáneo libre parabenos 👏
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    Las manchas en la piel con el tiempo aumentan su tamaño gracias a la edad 👵
    el embarazo👶la polución💨y el sol🌞
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    Por eso #Arawak creó la novedosa formula natural contra las manchas. Aplícala durante el día y disfruta de sus beneficios!!
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    👍 Previene y elimina manchas
    👍 Recupera el tono de la piel
    👍 Tiene protección SPF 30
    👍 Protege de la polución, viento, Frío/Calor y la luz artificial
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    #Drogeriacaldas #Manizales #pielsinmanchas #despigmentadorcutaneo
  •  8  0  13 hours ago
  • Aboriginal Indigenous American Female Hero's 
Kathleen Cleaver

Cleaver became the Black Panther Party's national communications secretary and helped organize a campaign to release the party's leader, Huey P. Newton, from prison.

Before her involvement in the party she attended a desegregated Quaker boarding school and later dropped out of college to move to New York City. There she became a full-time worker in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, a pipeline for the civil rights movement. Cleaver also met her husband, Eldridge Cleaver, in the committee and married him soon after. They both joined the Panther movement and during her time she joined the foreign service and traveled to countries like Sierra Leone and India.

Cleaver later fled to Mexico and later Algeria. She describes her journey escaping to Algeria, leaving her marriage and being under constant surveillance in her memoir, "Memories of Love and War." In 1984, Cleaver graduated with a B.A. in History from Yale and received a J.D. from Yale Law School in 1989. She then became an associate at the law firm of Cravath, Swaine and Moore, and later clerked for the late Judge A. Leon Higginbotham of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia.

In 1993, she served on the Georgia Supreme Court Commission on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts. She also spent more than 30 years working to free imprisoned freedom fighters, including Geronimo (Pratt) ji Jaga and Mumia Abu-Jamal. From 1999 to 2003, Cleaver co-founded and produced the International Black Panther Film Festival based in Harlem and is currently a senior lecturer at Emory Law School. 
We hope these leaders continue to inspire women to be agents of change in their communities and to work for justice and equality for all people.

#aboriginalunity #indigenousamericanheros #aboriginalamericanhistory #aboriginalexcellence #aboriginallyfly #blackpantherparty #arawakwarcry #taino #yamaseewarriors #yamasee #arawak #scalpdem
  • Aboriginal Indigenous American Female Hero's
    Kathleen Cleaver

    Cleaver became the Black Panther Party's national communications secretary and helped organize a campaign to release the party's leader, Huey P. Newton, from prison.

    Before her involvement in the party she attended a desegregated Quaker boarding school and later dropped out of college to move to New York City. There she became a full-time worker in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, a pipeline for the civil rights movement. Cleaver also met her husband, Eldridge Cleaver, in the committee and married him soon after. They both joined the Panther movement and during her time she joined the foreign service and traveled to countries like Sierra Leone and India.

    Cleaver later fled to Mexico and later Algeria. She describes her journey escaping to Algeria, leaving her marriage and being under constant surveillance in her memoir, "Memories of Love and War." In 1984, Cleaver graduated with a B.A. in History from Yale and received a J.D. from Yale Law School in 1989. She then became an associate at the law firm of Cravath, Swaine and Moore, and later clerked for the late Judge A. Leon Higginbotham of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia.

    In 1993, she served on the Georgia Supreme Court Commission on Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts. She also spent more than 30 years working to free imprisoned freedom fighters, including Geronimo (Pratt) ji Jaga and Mumia Abu-Jamal. From 1999 to 2003, Cleaver co-founded and produced the International Black Panther Film Festival based in Harlem and is currently a senior lecturer at Emory Law School.
    We hope these leaders continue to inspire women to be agents of change in their communities and to work for justice and equality for all people.

    #aboriginalunity #indigenousamericanheros #aboriginalamericanhistory #aboriginalexcellence #aboriginallyfly #blackpantherparty #arawakwarcry #taino #yamaseewarriors #yamasee #arawak #scalpdem
  •  32  7  13 hours ago
  • Aboriginal Indigenous American Female Hero's 
Angela Davis

Davis was one of the most prominent leaders of the Black Panthers although she ultimately left after battling with chauvinism and misogyny within the party. Davis was born in the "Dynamite Hill" area of Birmingham, Ala., which was nicknamed because the Ku Klux Klan bombed black middle class homes in the neighborhood. She was compelled to join the Civil Rights Movement in 1963 after four girls died in a bombing of a Baptist church in her hometown.

By 1967, she became a part of the black power movement and the Black Panther Party. At the same time, she was pursuing an M.A. from the University of California at San Diego and later joined the American Communist Party. Davis's alignment to the left hindered her teaching career and dismissed her from an assistant professorship at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1969. She soon pursued prison reform advocacy, leading initiatives to free black prisoners and Panthers.

The journey proved tumultuous for Davis as she was the prime suspect in a trial alleging she assisted a Black Panther break out of a jail after guns were found registered in her name. Davis was soon placed on the FBI's most wanted list. The incident led to a campaign to "Free Angela Davis" and she was eventually acquitted of all charges.

While Ronald Reagan, who was the then governor of California, called to prevent Davis from teaching in the state's universities, she eventually became a lecturer at San Francisco State University in 1977. Today, Davis is Professor Emeritus of history of consciousness and feminist studies at the University of California at Santa Cruz. She continues to work as an activist and scholar.

#aboriginalamerica #aboriginalcaribbean #aboriginalamericanheros
#indigenousamericanheros #aboriginalexcellence #aboriginallyfly #aboriginalunity #indigenousunity #arawakwarcry #yamaseewarriors #yamasee #arawak #blackpantherparty
  • Aboriginal Indigenous American Female Hero's
    Angela Davis

    Davis was one of the most prominent leaders of the Black Panthers although she ultimately left after battling with chauvinism and misogyny within the party. Davis was born in the "Dynamite Hill" area of Birmingham, Ala., which was nicknamed because the Ku Klux Klan bombed black middle class homes in the neighborhood. She was compelled to join the Civil Rights Movement in 1963 after four girls died in a bombing of a Baptist church in her hometown.

    By 1967, she became a part of the black power movement and the Black Panther Party. At the same time, she was pursuing an M.A. from the University of California at San Diego and later joined the American Communist Party. Davis's alignment to the left hindered her teaching career and dismissed her from an assistant professorship at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1969. She soon pursued prison reform advocacy, leading initiatives to free black prisoners and Panthers.

    The journey proved tumultuous for Davis as she was the prime suspect in a trial alleging she assisted a Black Panther break out of a jail after guns were found registered in her name. Davis was soon placed on the FBI's most wanted list. The incident led to a campaign to "Free Angela Davis" and she was eventually acquitted of all charges.

    While Ronald Reagan, who was the then governor of California, called to prevent Davis from teaching in the state's universities, she eventually became a lecturer at San Francisco State University in 1977. Today, Davis is Professor Emeritus of history of consciousness and feminist studies at the University of California at Santa Cruz. She continues to work as an activist and scholar.

    #aboriginalamerica #aboriginalcaribbean #aboriginalamericanheros
    #indigenousamericanheros #aboriginalexcellence #aboriginallyfly #aboriginalunity #indigenousunity #arawakwarcry #yamaseewarriors #yamasee #arawak #blackpantherparty
  •  24  0  13 hours ago
  • Forget twerking! On the beautiful Caribbean Island of Roatan in Honduras, the local Garifuna community have taken the ancient art of booty-shaking to the next level.

You only have to hear the infectious taka-ta taka-ta Afro-Caribbean drums of Punta Gorda to understand why hips swing when the music starts.

This is real culture, an authentic expression of a living tradition that links Africa with the melting pot of the Caribbean.

The history of the Garifuna goes back to 1635 when two Spanish ships carrying slaves from Africa were shipwrecked off the island of San Vincent. Seizing their moment, the Africans settled and adopted the language and lifestyle of the indigenous Arawaks and Caribs.

But life in their St Vincentian homeland of Yurumein was constantly under threat as British plantation owners saw them as a dangerous force in the region, and a magnet for runaway slaves.

Some 2,000 Garifuna were brought to Roatan on 12 April 1797, deported en masse from St Vincent after they rose up to defend their lands from British encroachment.

Every year on 12 April, there is a big music and dance festival in Punta to mark the historic arrival of the Garifuna.

From Punta Gorda the Garinagu - as they call themselves -  spread all along the Atlantic coast of Central America,  setting up small coastal communities from present-day Belize and Guatemala to the Mosquito Coast of Honduras and Nicaragua. All with a shared language, music and culture.

Nowadays, the Garifuna community of Punta Gorda come together every Sunday at the outdoor palapa in front of Perla's Restaurant to play Punta music, show off their dance skills, and proudly embrace their identity.

The powerful drum section is accompanied by maracas, the traditional conch horn trumpet, and jangly electric guitar.

And don't feel shy, anyone who feels the urge to shake a leg can get up and dance.

#PuntaMusic #Garifuna #Garinagu #PuntaGorda #VisitHonduras #VisitCentralAmerica @visita_centroamerica #Roatan #BlackCaribs #Arawak @hidden_honduras #BayIslands @visithonduras #garinaguwagia #puntadance
#puntarock #justdance @latauk #afrolatino #CaribbeanIsland #AfroCaribbean @culturesmart
  • Forget twerking! On the beautiful Caribbean Island of Roatan in Honduras, the local Garifuna community have taken the ancient art of booty-shaking to the next level.

    You only have to hear the infectious taka-ta taka-ta Afro-Caribbean drums of Punta Gorda to understand why hips swing when the music starts.

    This is real culture, an authentic expression of a living tradition that links Africa with the melting pot of the Caribbean.

    The history of the Garifuna goes back to 1635 when two Spanish ships carrying slaves from Africa were shipwrecked off the island of San Vincent. Seizing their moment, the Africans settled and adopted the language and lifestyle of the indigenous Arawaks and Caribs.

    But life in their St Vincentian homeland of Yurumein was constantly under threat as British plantation owners saw them as a dangerous force in the region, and a magnet for runaway slaves.

    Some 2,000 Garifuna were brought to Roatan on 12 April 1797, deported en masse from St Vincent after they rose up to defend their lands from British encroachment.

    Every year on 12 April, there is a big music and dance festival in Punta to mark the historic arrival of the Garifuna.

    From Punta Gorda the Garinagu - as they call themselves - spread all along the Atlantic coast of Central America, setting up small coastal communities from present-day Belize and Guatemala to the Mosquito Coast of Honduras and Nicaragua. All with a shared language, music and culture.

    Nowadays, the Garifuna community of Punta Gorda come together every Sunday at the outdoor palapa in front of Perla's Restaurant to play Punta music, show off their dance skills, and proudly embrace their identity.

    The powerful drum section is accompanied by maracas, the traditional conch horn trumpet, and jangly electric guitar.

    And don't feel shy, anyone who feels the urge to shake a leg can get up and dance.

    #PuntaMusic #Garifuna #Garinagu #PuntaGorda #VisitHonduras #VisitCentralAmerica @visita_centroamerica #Roatan #BlackCaribs #Arawak @hidden_honduras #BayIslands @visithonduras #garinaguwagia #puntadance
    #puntarock #justdance @latauk #afrolatino #CaribbeanIsland #AfroCaribbean @culturesmart
  •  51  2  20 April, 2019
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  • My tribe. #Arawak babies and their muddah.
  • My tribe. #Arawak babies and their muddah.
  •  30  0  20 April, 2019
  • Aboriginal Indigenous American & Caribbean Royal and Cheiftain Bloodlines. Vol 1. 👑👑👑King Kamehameha V. Lot Kapuaiwa 👑👑👑 Born as Lot Kapuaiwa in 1830, Kamehameha V reigned as the fifth Monarch of the kingdom from 1863 to 1872. His motto was “Onipa`a”: immovable, firm, steadfast or determined; he worked diligently for his people and kingdom and was described as the last great traditional chief.

He was the first king to encourage revival of traditional practices. Under his reign, the laws against “kahunaism” were repealed. A Hawaiian Board of Medicine was established, with kahuna members, and la’au lapa’au or Hawaiian medicine was again practiced.

As a young man he traveled abroad with his brother Liholiho under the supervision of their guardian Dr Judd. They sailed to San Francisco in 1849. From there they continued to Panama, Jamaica, New York and Washington D.C. They toured Europe and met with various heads of state including French president Louis Napoleon, British prince consort Albert, and US president Zachary Taylor.

Before his death Kamehameha V stated:“The throne belongs to Lunalilo; I will not appoint him, because I consider him unworthy of the position. The constitution, in case I make no nomination, provides for the election of the next King; let it be so.“ With no heir at his death, the next monarch would be elected by the legislature. Lot died in 1872.

He founded the Royal Order of Kamehameha Isociety and the Royal Order of Kamehameha Idecoration on April 11, 1865 named to honor his grandfather.

The Prince Lot Hula Festival is named for him. It was held the third Saturday in July since 1977 at his former home called Moanalua Gardens.

#aboriginalroyalbloodlines #aboriginalroyalty
#indigenousroyalty #indigenousroyalbloodlines
#indigenoushistory #aboriginalhistory #aboriginalcaribbean #aboriginalamerica #aboriginalexcellence #aboriginallyfly #hawaii #hawaiianroyalty #yamasee #arawak #feathersup
  • Aboriginal Indigenous American & Caribbean Royal and Cheiftain Bloodlines. Vol 1. 👑👑👑King Kamehameha V. Lot Kapuaiwa 👑👑👑 Born as Lot Kapuaiwa in 1830, Kamehameha V reigned as the fifth Monarch of the kingdom from 1863 to 1872. His motto was “Onipa`a”: immovable, firm, steadfast or determined; he worked diligently for his people and kingdom and was described as the last great traditional chief.

    He was the first king to encourage revival of traditional practices. Under his reign, the laws against “kahunaism” were repealed. A Hawaiian Board of Medicine was established, with kahuna members, and la’au lapa’au or Hawaiian medicine was again practiced.

    As a young man he traveled abroad with his brother Liholiho under the supervision of their guardian Dr Judd. They sailed to San Francisco in 1849. From there they continued to Panama, Jamaica, New York and Washington D.C. They toured Europe and met with various heads of state including French president Louis Napoleon, British prince consort Albert, and US president Zachary Taylor.

    Before his death Kamehameha V stated:“The throne belongs to Lunalilo; I will not appoint him, because I consider him unworthy of the position. The constitution, in case I make no nomination, provides for the election of the next King; let it be so.“ With no heir at his death, the next monarch would be elected by the legislature. Lot died in 1872.

    He founded the Royal Order of Kamehameha Isociety and the Royal Order of Kamehameha Idecoration on April 11, 1865 named to honor his grandfather.

    The Prince Lot Hula Festival is named for him. It was held the third Saturday in July since 1977 at his former home called Moanalua Gardens.

    #aboriginalroyalbloodlines #aboriginalroyalty
    #indigenousroyalty #indigenousroyalbloodlines
    #indigenoushistory #aboriginalhistory #aboriginalcaribbean #aboriginalamerica #aboriginalexcellence #aboriginallyfly #hawaii #hawaiianroyalty #yamasee #arawak #feathersup
  •  24  6  19 April, 2019
  • #Repost @rinconpr_ with @get_repost
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@akon all I could say is thank you! For at least thinking of us!! Our African brothers always be trying to help us! But the white man don’t want us to be helped!! They want to buy out our land!!!!
#taino #tainopride #arawak #boriquen just remember if you from the Caribbean’s!!! This could happen to your island too! Wake up! If our ancestors was alive they would of help the next island without a government saying so!! Remember Taino/Arawaks of the Caribbean’s relearn your survival skills! Tap into the mind of self and you’ll find our ancestors their telling you what to do! The his happens real fast but it’s the ancestors helping!
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    @akon all I could say is thank you! For at least thinking of us!! Our African brothers always be trying to help us! But the white man don’t want us to be helped!! They want to buy out our land!!!!
    #taino #tainopride #arawak #boriquen just remember if you from the Caribbean’s!!! This could happen to your island too! Wake up! If our ancestors was alive they would of help the next island without a government saying so!! Remember Taino/Arawaks of the Caribbean’s relearn your survival skills! Tap into the mind of self and you’ll find our ancestors their telling you what to do! The his happens real fast but it’s the ancestors helping!
  •  8  3  19 April, 2019
  • So, I finished this study in my sketchbook and as always, when I finish a study I realize how important it is for me to carve out time (somehow, because I’m *always* working) to do these little studies. I seriously need to shift them into priority mode in my mind. ⠀
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Studies are especially helpful when preparing for a mural or a large painting because I now know firsthand exactly what problems I’ll run into and what I’ll need to solve. ⠀
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I’ll let you in on a secret, (and perhaps you already know this) but art, painting specifically is largely problem-solving. It’s literally 70% problem solving + 30% skill/technique. If you’re an artist and operating from your most authentic self, creativity and ideas will flow. Like everything this is rarely ever an issue so long as you’re creating from your heart.⠀
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But the problem-solving; understanding light refractions — indirect and direct light, the variations between shadows, a cast shadow vs. a form shadow, perspective, composition, etc. are a slew of problems an artist must solve throughout the painting process. ⠀
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Two of my favorite artists on IG are excellent at problem solving, especially when it comes to accurately depicting light. There are others of course, but both @jagartist and @ericfrancis are the two that always come to mind when it comes to this topic. Check out their work and you’ll see what I mean. 👍🏽⠀
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#colorstudy #puertorico #caribbean #artstudio #oaxaca #artoninstagram #oilpainting #arte #calirican #indigenous #taino #arawak #artistsofinstagram #artistsoninstagram #portrait #gouache #art #originalart #afrolatino #bombapuertorriqueña #losangeles #nycartist #nyc
  • So, I finished this study in my sketchbook and as always, when I finish a study I realize how important it is for me to carve out time (somehow, because I’m *always* working) to do these little studies. I seriously need to shift them into priority mode in my mind. ⠀

    Studies are especially helpful when preparing for a mural or a large painting because I now know firsthand exactly what problems I’ll run into and what I’ll need to solve. ⠀

    I’ll let you in on a secret, (and perhaps you already know this) but art, painting specifically is largely problem-solving. It’s literally 70% problem solving + 30% skill/technique. If you’re an artist and operating from your most authentic self, creativity and ideas will flow. Like everything this is rarely ever an issue so long as you’re creating from your heart.⠀

    But the problem-solving; understanding light refractions — indirect and direct light, the variations between shadows, a cast shadow vs. a form shadow, perspective, composition, etc. are a slew of problems an artist must solve throughout the painting process. ⠀

    Two of my favorite artists on IG are excellent at problem solving, especially when it comes to accurately depicting light. There are others of course, but both @jagartist and @ericfrancis are the two that always come to mind when it comes to this topic. Check out their work and you’ll see what I mean. 👍🏽⠀
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    #colorstudy #puertorico #caribbean #artstudio #oaxaca #artoninstagram #oilpainting #arte #calirican #indigenous #taino #arawak #artistsofinstagram #artistsoninstagram #portrait #gouache #art #originalart #afrolatino #bombapuertorriqueña #losangeles #nycartist #nyc
  •  100  13  19 April, 2019
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  •  58  11  18 April, 2019