Interconnecting Indigenous-Caribbean Culture from the Past, Present, and Future

This website is dedicated to the Indigenous-Caribbean culture through this website and social media.

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About Us

Our Beliefs

Hello, I am Sanakori (Indigenous Taino name). 

Sanakori is a Cultural-Keeper and Behike of the Indigenous-Caribbean Tribal Nation, Arayeke Yukayek. He has  served on various Indigenous-Caribbean communities and Native American non-profits for the past 25 years, which includes- Nacion Taina of the Greater Antilles; Maisiti Yukayeke Taino; Higuayagua; North Eastern Native American Association; Nitchen, Inc., and Coopdanza, Inc. I am the founder of the NYC Indigenous Mobile Library and traveling Cultural Center, the Shorakapok Earth Keepers/Earth Protectors programs, NYC Indigenous Day of Remembrance public ceremony at Columbus Circle, and TainoRadio.com. Enthusiastically, he has presented Indigenous Caribbean culture to Private/Public Schools, Churches, Indigenous Tribes/Nations, and various secular and non-profit organizations. He has collaborated with the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum in bringing Indigenous activities and presence.  Additionally, Sanakori is a Taino dancer and Powwow Fancy Dancer and he currently collaborates with the IndoRican Multicultural Dance Project.  Lastly, he is a NYS licensed Social Worker employed as a Psychotherapist for all ages at Boriken Neighborhood Health Center in East Harlem. 

Sanakori can be reached for

Educational bookings @ 862-781-0808 or tainoradio1491@gmail.com

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What People Say

Sanakori is generous with his knowledge and resources. He is compassionate and honorable leader, who has great vision for unity.

Melissa Makuriwa Ulto

Wonderful show, incredible guests! I learn so much every time I tune in!

John Doe



  • Taino Radio and the Band of Tainos.
    Special interviews will be coming to Taino Radio this week. The Band of Tainos members will be interviewed and talking about the goals of the Band. Click the shows on anchor link on main page here at the website. It was fun interviewing, Jennifer Jimenez, aka Kei’manunaí.
  • Taino Radio on Zoom!
    You can catch DJ Sanakori on Fridays live via Zoom at 9pm est to discuss all things Taino culture: Past, Present, and Future. ZOOM MEETING ID: 586 833 9392 Passcode: Taino1491
  • 1st Drum and Social Healing Circle at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum
    Thank you Caroline McCarthy, Program and Events director for allowing Taino Radio to offer this community service in NYC.

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Volunteer Society in memory of Dee Doval.