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Original tape date: December 15, 2010.
On this edition of Independent Sources, what's next for Haiti after protesters virtually shut down the country in anger over recent election results; the growing movement in New York to save endangered languages. Then, we hear about the debate over Taínos claiming their ethnic identity.
Prof. Juliette Blevins, Ph.D. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Co-Director, Endangered Language Alliance
Roberto Múkaro Borrero President, United Confederation of Taíno People
Miryam Y. Cadillo Sociolinguist/Faculty, New York University steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development
Ricot Dupuy Reporter & General Manager, Radio Soleil d’Haiti
Judith R. Escalona Independent Sources
Bobby Gonzaléz Bronx Taíno, Poet & Lecturer
Ph.D. Gabriel Haslip-Viera Professor & Chair of Sociology, The City College of New York/CUNY
Kim Ives Writer & Editor, Haiti Liberté
Marlene Peralta Presentadora, Desde la Calle/Independent Sources
Garry Pierre-Pierre Producer/Co-Host, Independent Sources
Vianora Vinca Producer/Co-Host, Independent Sources