Kari Rarámuri Collectables

The Rarámuri are the First Nation People of the Sierra Tarahumara in Chihuahua, Mexico. They live in remote villages in the Sierra and in the canyons, also known as the Copper Canyon.

(*All prices are suggested donation amounts)

Drums

Extra Large hand drum: 24” diameter x 5.5” thick: $ 150.00

Large hand drum: 22” diameter x 5.5” thick: $ 130.00

Medium hand drum: 16” diameter x 3” thick: $ 75.00

Map

Map (25” x 19”): Indigenous Peoples of Mexico and Central America: $10.00

Book

Raramuri/English Children's book: “The lesson is from the Raramuri People”: $10.00

Book

Raramuri/Spanish Children's book: “Las historias de los Viejos”: $10.00


“100% of your donation directly supports the Rarámuri”

All contributions are tax deductible!


WHO WE ARE

Kari Rarámuri is fiscally sponsored by the Latgawa Center, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, #93-0804051. All contributions are tax-deductible.

If you would like to help donate, please send your tax-deductible contributions by check payable to: José Rodríguez

Mailing address:

Kari Rarámuri
610 Lincoln Street
Watsonville, CA 95076
Att: Jose Rodriguez

GET IN TOUCH

Kari Rarámuri journeys to the Sierra Tarahumara every year. All who travel pay for their own expenses and help out with transportation.
José Rodríguez, Chicano Rarámuri O’dami
(email: oneoso831@gmail.com ), (831) 540-5560
María Esther Rodríguez, Chicana Purépecha Otomí
(email: mecrl@sbcglobal.net )
James Starkewolfe, North Star
(email:latgawa@aol.com ), (831) 663-1354