500 Years Resistance: History of the Native Taino from the Taino Perspective

Tomorrow in NYC:

Thurs., March 11, 2010 @ 7pm – $7 film presentation by Cemí Underground & Taller Boricua
@ Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center
1680 Lexington Ave. (106th St., El Barrio) NYC

500 Years Resistance: History of the Native Taino from the Taino Perspective

Including information about the 2010 Boriken Peace and Dignity Journey happening in July in Puerto Rico.
Discussion follows the film.

Bring your friends and family and pass the word…

Luis Cordero
info@cemiunderground.com
www.cemiunderground.com

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