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Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés
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  • Coamo, Borikén
  • Puerto Rico
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TAINO NATIVE fULL MOON CEREMONY PITTSBURGH at O.W.L. Natural Native Reserve

May 14, 2017 from 3pm to 8pm
Celebrate the Cosmic Mother on MOTHER'S DAYTaino Indigenous tradition celebrates the sacred fertility cycles of Mother Nature by honoring the phases of the moon. Join us this coming Sunday MOTHER'S DAY as we gather to play our drums and rattles, chant and pray recognizing the blessed rhythms of the Cosmic Matriarch.Please bring covered dish to share with other attendees.See More
May 11
Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés might attend Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's event
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Indigenous Taino Full Moon Ceremony at Sacred Ancient Elemental Prayer Space...Verona PA

November 29, 2015 from 3pm to 7pm
You are invited to our monthly Full Moon Ceremony in keeping with the sacred traditions of the Taino Indigenous people, the ancient Native Americans who first met Columbus in 1492.We will be gathering in an outdoor setting in …See More
Nov 16, 2015
Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's event SOLSTICIO TAINO........TAINO SOLSTICE Miami, FLA
"Absolutely, my dear brother Sobaoko Koromo!... wherever our beautiful Taíno Family is, we are there in Spirit, with Love, Good Thoughts, Good Energy, Good Wishes and Blessings...  Seneko Kakona, Beike, now and always...  :)"
Nov 10, 2015
Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's event SOLSTICIO TAINO........TAINO SOLSTICE Miami, FLA
"Takahi Guatiao, Hahóm for the invitation, Behike. We will try to see if we can make it. If not, know that we will be with all of you in Spirit, and send you our Love, Blessings and Good Wishes. We know that a wonderful time will be had by…"
Nov 9, 2015
Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés might attend Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's event
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SOLSTICIO TAINO........TAINO SOLSTICE Miami, FLA at Women's Park Miami FLA

December 19, 2015 from 2pm to 7pm
Una celebracion del poder y gloria de Yokahu el espiritu de la vida en la tradicion tainaA celebration of the power and glory of Yokahu, the spirit of Life in Taino traditionVengan todos, tainos y amigos de tainos, bienvenidos todos los que vienen con buena voluntadCome all, Tainos and friends of Tainos, all are welcome,  who come with good will.Traigan sus guamos, sus marakas, sus plumas y atuendos tainos, y si no los tiene traigan su entusiasmo y su amor.Bring your guamos (conch shell…See More
Nov 9, 2015
Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés commented on Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's event TAINO INDIGENOUS DAY OF THE DEAD CEREMONY
"Hahóm for the invitation, Atiao.  My family and I would love to be able to physically attend but, sadly, we cannot make the trip to Verona from New York at this time.  However, as always, we will be with you all in Spirit and…"
Oct 20, 2015
Joey Karei Inherst and Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés are now friends
Aug 27, 2015
Joanna 'Aya' Soto-Avilés joined Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague's group
Aug 1, 2015

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About Me:
We Are A Taino Boricua Family of the Taino People of Boriken ("Pueblo Taíno de Borikén)" Living Our Culture Through Our Spirituality, Art, Artisanwork, Crafts, Ceremonies, Dancing, Language, Music, Singing, Spirituality, Storytelling, and Traditions.

We, the Taino, Are Still Here! We Are One! The Taíno Lives!)
Like the Coqui, We are from Here! We are Boricua even if we are Born on the Moon!
"Bo-Matum Taíno-tí!" (Thank-you We Honor the Good/Light in You!)

Versión en Español:
Somos una Familia Taíno Boricua del Pueblo Taíno de Borikén Viviendo Nuestra Cultura A Través Nuestra Espiritualidad, Arte, Artesanía, Manualidades, Ceremonias, Bailes, Lenguaje, Música, Canciones, Cuentos y Tradiciones.

¡Nosotros, los Taíno, Todavía Estamos Aquí! ¡Somos Uno! ¡El Taíno Vive!
Como el Cokí Somos de Aquí! Somos Boricua aunque Nacemos en la Luna!
"Bo-Matum Taíno-tí!" (Gracias Honramos lo Bueno/la Luz en Ti!)
Occupation:
Artesana
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We Are One...One Spirit, One Creation, One Family...
Somos Uno...Un Espíritu, Una Creación, Una Familia...

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At 6:08pm on April 30, 2014, Ana-Maurine Lara said…

Dear Joanna Aya, I saw your postings in the Language Group. I am soooo inspired by the work to build a dictionary/lexicography/grammar. How can I participate? What is the progress? 

I started a revitalization group on Facebook, because I noticed that there is a lot of interest but there was no central space there (there is a page, but this is a group).

I am very interested in helping with this effort, supporting it and would like to know more if possible.

Thank you (jan jan catu)

Ana Lara

At 9:53pm on March 11, 2012, Abdul R Liburd said…

Thank you and God Bless Always!

At 5:00am on August 24, 2009, Caracoli said…
Taino Ti Joanna

Congratulations to the Quinta Jornada en Jayuya en el barrio de Coabay.

I send you many blessings
At 2:27am on July 10, 2009, Tony Wolf Paw said…
I have an Uncle that lives in your Pueblo, a place called Los Llanos.
his nick name is Tribue. I wish i can be at your Activity, I enjoy these kind of Gatherings.
At 9:41pm on June 30, 2009, Rixturey said…
Hola!! I tried awhile back to call you to see if the Jornada was happening and yes it is!! I will be in Boriken from the 6 thru the 17. Although my last days I need to do some sightseeing, would love to help out before hand in any way I can. Miss you much!!

Gina
At 2:42pm on June 29, 2009, Jonathan said…
I just wanted to extend a warm welcome to you on behalf of the group.

At 12:05am on January 14, 2009, Rixturey said…
Tau Nitou,

Hope that you and the family are well. Let's talk soon by phone. I will be out all day Wednesday, but wanted to touch base with you about a few things.

bo aro,
Gina
At 8:16pm on January 9, 2009, Monika/Mamona said…
Tau Joanna
Good to see you I miss being back home, I've been busy here in the states working to get more of our people together. Will try to come home again soon
At 4:28am on November 27, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
I consider myself truly blessed to know the people I know and to have the people who truly know me!!! Anyone could come up with an opinion about the "Thanksgiving" Holiday now upon us because of our Indigenous roots, but I will say the following in this season regardless of what this Holiday historically means to so many Native people: I will cast aside all historical offense and all present day offense to say that I am truly blessed by the Creator of this Universe tohave experieced all I have in this life and grateful for EVERY PERSON I've encountered in my life that has shown me either a positive or negative experience in my life, because I've learned so much from them. I am also thankful for ALL the people that I've encountered in my life who have spoken either positively, or gossiped negatively about me behind my back, because they've shown m e who is truly on my side, and who's against me!!! I'm even thankful for those who have spoken against me beind my back, because they've shown me that I am at east 2 steps ahead of them and on the right track!!! On this holiday of "THANKSGIVING" I'm thankful for all that has happened to me because it has shown me what path to take and will show me the path I will take. I can truly say even in the face of adversity; "I AM TRULY BLESSED"
At 4:27am on November 27, 2008, Al "Kutubanama" Velazquez said…
I consider myself truly blessed to know the people I know and to have the people who truly know me!!! Anyone could come up with an opinion about the "Thanksgiving" Holiday now upon us because of our Indigenous roots, but I will say the following in this season regardless of what this Holiday historically means to so many Native people: I will cast aside all historical offense and all present day offense to say that I am truly blessed by the Creator of this Universe tohave experieced all I have in this life and grateful for EVERY PERSON I've encountered in my life that has shown me either a positive or negative experience in my life, because I've learned so much from them. I am also thankful for ALL the people that I've encountered in my life who have spoken either positively, or gossiped negatively about me behind my back, because they've shown m e who is truly on my side, and who's against me!!! I'm even thankful for those who have spoken against me beind my back, because they've shown me that I am at east 2 steps ahead of them and on the right track!!! On this holiday of "THANKSGIVING" I'm thankful for all that has happened to me because it has shown me what path to take and will show me the path I will take. I can truly say even in the face of adversity; "I AM TRULY BLESSED"
 
 
 

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