Saturday, May 06, 2006

Hardback Edition of DIALOGUE


truly a collectors item


First published in the Caribbean since 1995, Dialogue [then known as Profile 96] has acquired a dedicated readership of over twelve thousand readers across the planet.

This journal specifically addresses issues relating to indigenous cultures and its impact on the post modern world. By popular demand this is specially printed hardback Souvenir Edition.

dialogue
Editor publisher: Roi Kwabena

Contributors includes:
Lennox Raphael, Roy Mc Farlane, Mishu Barua, Jasmine Johnson, Raphael Chikukwa,
Dr. Tony Talbot, Dr. Phil Watson, Habte Wold, & Rootswoman,
also features from Indigenous Bodies and other writers


Product Details
44 pages
8.25" x 10.75"
casewrap-hardcover binding
80# white interior paper
full-color interior ink
100# exterior paper
full-color exterior ink

Friday, May 05, 2006

Rally for PEACE in DAFUR, SUDAN

STOP THE VIOLENCE IN DAFUR !!!!

laughing gull

Guanaguanare

Vuela guanaguanare picoteando sobre las olas de la mar serena para recoger todos las poemas y canciones sobre las islas benditas de Trinidad y Tobago
Ahakutiwa, al√ęlekatiwa, akuyawatiwa!
We awake, we laugh, we return!

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

CAC Review

Edited By anthropologist Dr Maximilian Forte
may the ancestors be pleased

Who were the first Americans?



AMEXEM, AZTLAN, TURTLE & TA-MERI-KA are among the many names given to Empires of MUURS or Mound Builders inhabiting North America in a period dated to: 10,000 B.C.E.(BEFORE CHRISTIAN ERA. This is an excerpt of a yet to be published work: "TA-MERI-KA:EL" and the first in a series of articles providing vital evidence for the ongoing debate: "Who were the first Americans?".



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