Saturday, March 29, 2008


The new Indigenous Caribbean Network was first established as a replacement for the Caribbean Amerindian Centrelink's current Directory of Researchers (which will no longer be updated in its current state). In addition, it would serve as a useful place for the current CAC editors to communicate and collaborate. It has now been opened up to everyone with interests in the indigenous peoples of the Caribbean. It is free to join.

Click here to join:

This network, which some of you will recognize as a less restrictive form of Facebook and a more refined version of MySpace, allows you to post photos, music, videos, create slideshows, maintain your own blog on the site, keep a "comment wall" on your profile page, create sub-groups of your own, initiate and participate in collective discussions, invite friends, add various widgets, and so forth. Feel free to experiment.

All readers and subscribers to The CAC Review are invited to join.

Visit Indigenous Caribbean Network
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