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Main Goals of
the Carib Community 
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  • The Carib Community has been seeking a significant grant of land since the mid-1970s--a forested area with frontage in Arima that would permit the construction of a model Amerindian Village, the growth of an independent cassava culture, and the further development of Amerindian traditions. 
  • With a model Amerindian Village, Trinidad's Caribs would provide visitors with a combined Eco-Tourist and Cultural Tourism package that would emulate similar efforts underway in Dominica and, reportedly, St. Vincent. 
  • The Carib Community would like financial assistance in furthering exchange relationships with their Amerindian kin in the Caribbean, permitting regular travel and extended stays.
  • The Carib Community would, ideally, like to host long-term guests from neighbouring Amerindian communities in the Caribbean 
  • The Carib Community is in the process of launching a Permanent Amerindian Resource Centre and is asking for financial assistance and the provision of modern multimedia equipment so as to further serve the wider national and international publics.
  • The Carib Community is asking the government of Trinidad and Tobago to officially proclaim a national commemorative day in remembrance of the Amerindian Heritage of Trinidad and Tobago.
      • FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE GOALS OF THE CARIB COMMUNITY, SEE THE PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF A PROJECT PROPOSAL FOR AN AMERINDIAN HERITAGE COMPLEX: CLICK HERE
      • SEE ALSO THE OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE PLANNED CARIB DOCUMENTATION CENTRE AND REQUEST FOR SUPPORT: CLICK HERE
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