- Jamaica Heads to Polls Under Shadow of Longstanding Inequality
- The Caribbean island was home to Arawak Indigenous peoples, specifically the Taino, for over 2,000 years before the Spanish invasion led by Christopher Columbus in 1494. The Arawaks, indigenous to South America and the Caribbean, were gradually ...
- A History of St. Lucia From the Year 1501
- According to some, Saint Lucia was first inhabited sometime between 1000 and 500 BC by the Ciboney people, but there is not a lot of evidence of their presence on the island. The first proven inhabitants were the peaceful Arawaks, believed to have come ...
- Confusion Inna Babylon: Tale Of Jamaica.
- (ThyBlackMan.com) The myth of Jamaica is one of a picturesque island, with captivating music, and potent marijuana. Though in reality, it is a land captured by Europeans who executed a barbaric genocide on the indigenous inhabitants, Tainos and Arawaks.
- Bimini's Fountain of Youth: The Secluded Vibe of Young Age
- Before facelifts and Botox, there was the Fountain of Youth. The Fountain's legend and Ponce De Leon's search for it covers many lands and eras.
- BHM: Barbados' Arawak Princess
- ARAWAKS ARE A GROUP of indigenous people belonging to the Amerindian peoples. Some territories such as Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru, Suriname and Guyana are where they once settled. Due to the warlike nature of the Carib Indians, the Arawak relocated ...
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