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Type of Work161 p.
ProgramMA in Cultural Sustainability
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SubjectsTaino Indians -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial works.
Taino Indians -- Ethnicity.
Cultural sustainability -- Capstone (Graduate)
Ocama, which means "listen" is a two part project regarding the importance of sustaining Taino culture. The first part is a manuscript created from the voices of twenty-one Taino people. It is a community portrait that conveys the strength of Taino culture and identity. The second part of the project is a reflective paper about my experience throughout the project.