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Abya Yala, is one of the terms given to the pre-Columbian American continent by a group of native Americans called the Kuna people who inhabit Panama. In the Kuna language,  Abya Yala means “land in its full maturity” or “land of vital blood.”Native American tribes who live in North America call it Turtle Island. ( What did the native people call the
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Abya Yala, which in the Kuna language means “land in its full maturity” or “land of vital blood”, is the name used by the ancient Native American nation Kuna people, that used to inhabit near the Darien Gap (today North West Colombia and South East Panama) to refer to the American continent since before the Columbus. (Abya Yala – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) .  “You know what the problem with white people is? You don’t respect anybody’s humanity except your own! You don’t respect anybody’s pain except for your own! Your whole life you thought you’ve been compassionate & caring. But meanwhile you’re just another white girl standing on stolen ground reaping the benefits of your racist, murderous & bloody fathers.” (Continue)