Taino History

Here I share a story of the Taino as told by the people who claim to be descendants of those noble ones. They say that we who call Borinquen (Borikén) the land of our parents are all Taino, and if that is true, we should know from whence we came.

This is part one of their story; perhaps it is our story as well…


3 thoughts on “Taino History

  1. Pingback: The Tainos Part 2 | Carole's Kentucky Chronicles

  2. I agree. I don’t dress like them, I don’t look like them, and I certainly don’t live as they did, but that is not the point. I acknowledge and honor our Taino heritage, and I believe we need to preserve the culture, because in doing so we learn much about where we came from and who we are.

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