Sabantho then joined her father Damon Gerard Corrie (well known Caribbean Indigenous Rights activist) in the People's Climate Change Protest march around the White House in Washington DC on Saturday 29th April 2017, where she joined her father to help co-lead the Indigenous front end - alongside famous Hollywood A-list star Leonardo DiCaprio (who posed in photos with her), and also famous Lakota Lawyer and native rights activist Chase Iron-Eyes who was part of the anti Dakota Access Pipeline protests that galvanised world opinion as to the threat to humanity's water supply by the unscrupulous oil industry. Chase Iron Eyes is also a founder of the North American based LastRealIndians media website for Indigenous news from all over the Americas.
She has created a Youth Art Council and plans to begin offering free classes on Pakuri Territory to teach Lokono youth the ancient coiling pottery technique from 2018; as pottery has become a dying traditional art in the Lokono-Arawak Tribal Nation today.
Her Barbados born father Damon Gerard Corrie (also of Guyanese Lokono-Arawak descent), and her mother is Shirling Simon Corrie, a Lokono-Arawak of the 240 square mile Pakuri Arawak Autonomous Territory in Guyana - where all four of Sabantho's other siblings were born (and one - her older sister Aderi - is buried).
The 40 foot long Folkloric Wall Mural Sabantho made for her tribe on Pakuri Lokono-Arawak Territory in Guyana.
SABANTHO WAS ONE OF THE FEW LOKONO-ARAWAK GIRLS TO STILL UNDERGO THE TRADITIONAL 9 DAY LONG PUBERTY RITUAL - SNIPPET VIDEO HERE:
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