The Good Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, has partnered with Voz Que Clama in serving the Cabecar people of Costa Rica. Voz Que Clama has for many years provided their undying support and love for this remote indigenous tribe in the mountains of Chirripo. They have initiated the Colegio Sinoli Project. This involves the construction and […]
It’s been a wild Year! Man oh man. What a year! I’m sitting in my chair listening to electronic dance music and some dubstep, eating California oranges and decided that it was a good time to reminisce on the wild year we’ve had. I started the year returning to the United States after spending some […]
I am re-reading my dad’s book Into the Heart. It’s amazing how, at 27 years old and after two stays with the Yanomamo, I can relate to so much of my father’s experience. In doing so, I have such a deep, profound respect in how my dad was able to connect at such a genuine, human level […]
My brother was dressing me up for the upcoming festival. Micashi had placed a monkey tail around my head and tucked a couple of feathers behind my ears. He had hung a string that was tied to the back of the monkey tail that contained a series of curassow feathers that reached down to my […]
Hey there! Here is a video blog I made in response to the CBS story that was aired on Mother’s Day. Enjoy!
As many of you know, I work with another indigenous group known as the Cabecar. This tribe resides in the Talamanca Mountains of Costa Rica. According to several media sources, they are arguably known to be Costa Rica’s most remote tribe. In March of 2013, I was invited and hosted by our now partner Voz […]
I woke up early this morning around 4 a.m. I was thinking about my recent trip to Venezuela in November. For the first couple of weeks I traveled with a major American news organization. They were going to do a segment on my experience living with my Yanomamo family. But first, we needed to take […]