This co-op in Jayuya, Puerto Rico offers local artisans a managerial infrastructure that facilitates access to local, national and international markets; develops and administers programs that promote Puerto Rican artisan culture; serves as a centralized source for the purchase of materials and tools in order to reduce operating costs for artisans; and rescues the artisan traditions that are in danger of extinction.
THE LOST TAINO TRIBE
Filmmaker Alexander Zacarias explores the delicate issues that define "true" Taino history. His website documents the United Nations symposiums, Smithsonian Museum workshops, radio interviews, and input from the global community.
INDIGENOUS CARIBBEAN NETWORK
A network for people interested in discussing indigenous Caribbean culture and society -- past, present and future. Anyone is welcome join its membership and view Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's blog.
UNITED CONFEDERATION of TAINO PEOPLE (UCTP)
A Caribbean indigenous leadership initiative inspired by ancient and contemporary Taino confederacies, where Taino descendants are encouraged to register. The quarterly newsletter "Voice of the Taino People" is available in the News tab.
Sandra Riley and Peggy Hall write poems, books and plays -- stuff and tings.
ALBERT LOWE MUSEUM
The history of Green Turtle Cay is told through a carefully curated home museum with outdoor kitchen and garden, currently exhibiting GTC's cultural events from 1976 to the present, as well as antique photographs, artifacts, model ships and contemporary art.
COLLABORATIVE DEVELOPMENT CORP
Based in Coconut Grove / Miami, the CDC is a private, non-profit community development corporation whose mission is to plan, coordinate, and execute neighborhood revitalization projects, expand affordable housing availabilty and increase employment opportunities in South Florida.
PARADISE KEY MEDIA
Jared Jacobs has a life goal to create a campaign for the Everglades Watershed similar to the one he started in the small town of the Portage Watershed, Ohio. Living in a community facilitating environmental leaders, influencing high fashion, reaching out to the inner city and disconnected communities, we need to find innovative ways to integrate sustainable practices into the free market. The Paradise Key campaign goes beyond education and outreach, it builds a community.
THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL CONSERVANCY
AHC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the investigation and preservation of archaeological and historical sites across Florida and the Bahamas. It conducts archaeological and historical assessments, surveys, investigations, and excavations. Since its establishment in 1985, AHC has documented over 1000 sites throughout Florida, including the Ortona Canals, Fort Pierce, Okeechobee Battlefield and The Royal Palm Hotel, and the Miami Circle.