The Taino people were the indigenous inhabitants of the Carribean islands before the arrival of Christopher Columbus and the subsequent European Colonization of the region.

Despite facing centuries of displacement and oppession, the Taino people have a rich cultural legacy that continues to influence the Carribean today.

From their advanced agricultural practices to their unique religious beliefs, the Taino left a lasting impact on the religion that is often overlooked in the mainstream history.

In this blog, we will explore the history, culture, and legacy of the Taino people, shedding light on their contributions to the Carribean and the world.

Through examining their art, language, mythology, and everyday life, we hope to celebrate and honor the Taino people and their enduring legacy.