The Pandemic: Indigenous Perspectives on Survival, Adaptation, Rebuilding, and Preparedness

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As Amerindians/Indigenous Peoples in the Caribbean, we are historically well acquainted with a series of epidemics and pandemics. We therefore have a lot of historical experience in suffering and surviving from both local epidemics and regional pandemics. We have seen some of the worst in the past, and now the rest of the world is getting a small taste of what we had to go through. The big difference is that we did not have a World Health Organization looking into our situation; nobody came to our assistance; there was no protection or support from the authorities; we were left to our own devices. We have survived the very worst, rebuilt our economies, and we are still here today thanks to our ancestors’ survival skills”. We have some lessons to offer from those experiences. Here are some key points from our historical experience:...

For more, please read:
https://zeroanthropology.net/2020/06/17/the-pandemic-indigenous-perspectives-on-survival-adaptation-rebuilding-and-preparedness/
or
https://indigenousreview.blogspot.com/2020/06/the-pandemic-indigenous-perspectives-on.html

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