Mi diosa del mar. It’s Native American and Puerto Rican Heritage Month.
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“When you’re here, you’re a New Yorker,” and the entire world is here. Living, loving and working together, New Yorkers witness our common humanity every single day. It’s what makes our city work.
New York leads the country in bad times and good, so let’s get together and make Our City work for everyone. Together we help make the American Dream work for everyone too. Isn’t that why you’re here? We are #AllInNYC
NYC, New York, Nueva York, Nova York, whatever you call it, New York City has been Latin since the first immigrant, Juan Rodriguez, arrived in 1613. He was a multilingual African…
It is important for all of us to appreciate where we come from and how that history has really shaped us in ways that we might not understand.”Sonia Sotomayor, Bronx-born, New York Puerto Rican, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Everyone Gathering Together in Peace
Colonizers (human slavers) feared the drum because they understood that rhythm talks. They were afraid we would use the drum to rise up, and do to them what they were doing to us.
To justify their own violence and thievery, colonizers dehumanized and demonized everything that wasn’t their own. They said we were not human, devil worshipers who practice magic and a bunch of other nonsense. Colonizer priests played along because it enriched them too. Politicians gained power. Hollywood made money. This colonial point of view got into our heads and became part of our American culture.
One of the things the colonizers didn’t realize is that there are no demons, only demonizers. To dehumanize others, you must dehumanize yourself first and that eats you from the inside. That’s the trouble in our country now. We’ve become the very demons that we so feared.
The colonizers got the drum wrong too. The drum is a healing instrument. It’s true that it talks, but “jembe,” the Malian word for drum, says “everyone gathering together in peace.”
Regardless of your heritage, it’s time to start the drum again. It’s time for everyone gathering together in peace.
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