PARTNERSHIPS // ASOCIACIONES
Indigenous to Indigenous Treaty Making and Allies // Elaboración de Tratados Indígenas a Indígenas y otros Aliados
INDIGENOUS TO INDIGENOUS SOLIDARITY
SOLIDARIDAD INDÍGENA A INDÍGENA
Our Treaty Partners / Nuestros Socios del Tratado
SCHAGHTICOKE FIRST NATIONS
The Schaghticoke are Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral homelands extend throughout the Hudson and Harlem Valley regions of New York State into Western Connecticut with historic documentation in New York dating back to the 1670s. The word “Schaghticoke” means “the Mingling of waters,” signifying the joining of rivers as well as the merging of related Algonquian speaking Tribes.
EAGLE CLAN ARAWAKS OF BARBADOS & GUYANA
Primarily dedicated to the Preservation and Promotion of the tangible and intangible Cultural Heritage of the Caribbean Indigenous Peoples - Lokono-Arawaks, Kalinago-Caribs, and Taino-Arawaks; and the Implementation of Internationally Recognized Rights of Indigenous Peoples for ALL of the Caribbean's Indigenous Tribal Nations.
RAMAPOUGH LENAPE NATION
The Ramapough Mountain Indians (also spelled Ramapo), also known as the Ramapough Lenape Nation or Ramapough Lunaape Munsee Delaware Nation, are a group of approximately 5,000 people living around the Ramapo Mountains of Bergin and Passaic counties in Northern New Jersey and Rockland County in southern New York, about 25 miles (40 km) from New York City.
SANTA ROSA FIRST PEOPLES COMMUNITY
The Santa Rosa First Peoples Community is the major organization of indigenous people in Trinidad and Tobago. The Caribs of Arima are descended from the original Amerindian inhabitants of Trinidad; Amerindians from the former encomiendas of Tacarigua and Arauca were resettled to Arima between 1784 and 1786.
AFFILIATIONS AND ALLIES
Promoting Right Relations
INTERNATIONAL INDIAN TREATY COUNCIL
The International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) is an organization of Indigenous Peoples from North, Central, South America, the Caribbean and the Pacific working for the Sovereignty and Self Determination of Indigenous Peoples and the recognition and protection of Indigenous Rights, Treaties, Traditional Cultures and Sacred Lands.
The Caribbean Amerindian Development Organization is a non-governmental, not-profit organization by and for Caribbean Indigenous Peoples including the Lokono Arawak Nation; Kalinago Nation; and Taino Nation
TRIBAL LINK FOUNDATION
Tribal Link’s mission is to support the empowerment of Indigenous Peoples worldwide by building their capacity to protect their ways of life and preserve their sacred lands and knowledge for the betterment of humanity.