Join us at the Hidden Garden for a Story Circle with community elders as they share stories from their lives traditional wellness practices and how their knowledge has helped them survive.
Photographs from the South Caribe Roots Archive are on display at the Casa de la Cultura in Puerto Viejo.
IU Media School students and members of the Caribe Sur community will join together in a story exchange on November 21. The story exchange is an exercise in which individuals are randomly paired off and each shares a story that in some way defines him or her. Afterwards, each is responsible for telling the other’s story, taking on the persona of his or her partner and telling the story in the first person.
Cada 12 de Octubre Costa Rica celebra el Día del Encuentro de las Culturas. Esta fiesta celebra el aniversario de primer viaje de Cristóbal Colón a las Américas, y la fusión de diferentes culturas entre Europa y las Américas.
Esta celebración se acompaña de la realización de actividades culturales, en especial encuentros, foros y ferias artesanales dedicadas a los indígenas. El Día de las Culturas celebra y valoriza la condición pluriétnica y multilingüe de que goza la población costarricense y que nos recuerda también el mestizaje. Este Día de las Culturas debe ser motivo de reflexión, pero de una reflexión objetiva y profunda, que marca el punto de partida hacia una nueva actitud, una actitud de mayor tolerancia, de mayor intercambio, de mayor respeto, entre todos los grupos raciales que día con día le dan forma a esta nación.
Every October 12 Costa Rica celebrates the Day of Cultures. This holiday celebrates the anniversary of the first voyage of Christopher Columbus to the Americas, and the fusion of different cultures between Europe and the Americas.
This celebration is accompanied by cultural activities, special gatherings, and art fairs dedicated to the indigenous communities of Costa Rica. The Day of Cultures celebrates and validates the pluriethnic and multilingual character of the Costa Rican population and reminds us of the mix of cultures. This day should encourage objective and deep reflection, marking a departure point toward a new attitude of greater tolerance, exchange and respect between all racial groups that day to day make up the nation.
Join the IU Media School and the Rich Coast Project to learn how you can spend your Thanksgiving break helping a Costa Rican community document their stories for a local public archive.
Join the Casa de la Cultura Puerto Viejo, the Center of Documentation and Information (CNE), and the Rich Coast Project for a special event commemorating the 1991 earthquake with story sharing by those who bore witness to the day.
Join us in Punta Uva next week to contribute your part of Caribe Sur history!
Venga a Punta Uva la semana que viene para contribuir su parte de la history de Caribe Sur!
Join us this Sunday in Punta Uva for a day of community, music, art and food. We're raising money to support the local beach guard program and growing community at the same time!
On July 1, 2015, representatives from several of the area's founding families gathered for an evening of community, music, and food. | El 1 de julio de 2015, representantes de las varias familias fundadoras de la zona se reunieron para una noche de comunidad, música y comida.
The Legal Skills in Social Context (LSSC) Social Justice Program is a partnership between community organizations or agencies and the School of Law to address unmet social justice needs. Each organization selected to join the program receives 2,000 hours of free work by students organized into “law offices.”
The Rich Coast Project has partnered with Northeastern's LSSC Social Justice Program for the past two years, with law students contributing significant research and analysis toward the organization's objectives of documenting local land conflicts within a framework of international law and human rights.
Undergraduate Business students from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business will spend a week volunteering for the project, living in and learning about Manzanillo, and conducting service projects within the community. This trip is coordinated by The Rich Coast Project in partnership with Kelley Initiatives for Social Impact.
Students at Northeastern University School of Law are conducting research into the human rights situation of residents of coastal Talamanca through a partnership with the school's Social Justice Program. Three students from this research group will be traveling to Caribe Sur to meet with local residents and conduct field research.