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Taino Artifact 12 Mautiari and Karayni Gathering together for prayer and discussion Opening Ceremony 34th II...imantenango, Guatemala 007 Celebration UCTP President R. Mukaro Borrero Edwin Maguey Cedeno Playing the Mayohuacan 3 Taino Artifact 23 Opening with Guamo Picture 106 Taino Council Members at Park Taino Artifact 54 Taino Artifact 18 Alyssa Macy, Francisco Cali, and J. Yazzie Enjoying Brook Park Opening Ceremony 34th II...imantenango, Guatemala 016 Maya Altar en casa de Ta...go Guatemala June 2008 007 Opening Ceremony 34th II...imantenango, Guatemala 012 Ladies of the Iukaieke and Kacike Mukaro Kolibri

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MABRIKA (Welcome) to the UCTP
Thursday, 10 November 2011

The United Confederation of Taino People (UCTP) was established as a Caribbean Indigenous leadership intiaitve or an “Inter-Tribal authority” inspired by ancient Taino and other indigenous confederacies as well as contemporary initiatives such as the National Congress of American Indians (U.S.), the Grand Council of the Crees (Canada), the Assembly of First Nations (Canada), the International Indian Treaty Council, COICA (Columbia), and CONFANIE (Ecuador) etc.


Membership spans throughout the Greater and Lesser Antilles as well as the United States and beyond. The UCTP is dedicated to the promotion and protection of the human rights, cultural heritage, and spiritual traditions of the Taíno and other Caribbean Indigenous Peoples for our present and future generations.


With the historic establishment of the UCTP, the descendants of the first "American Indians" to encounter Columbus in 1492 now have a forum to present a unified voice to address the many issues concerning contemporary Indigenous Peoples throughout the Caribbean and the Diaspora.


If you are Taino, Arawak, or Carib, you can become a part of this dynamic movement by affirming your Caribbean Indigenous heritage via our  Taino Population Census and Inter-Tribal Registry. Just download the enrollment forms and fill them out as per the instructions included in the document package.



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