Embera native American by Thierry Leclerc

The Emberá people , also known in the historical literature as the Chocó or Katío Indians are an indigenous people of Panama and Colombia. In the Emberá language, the word ẽberá can be used mean person, man, or indigenous person, depending on the context in which it is used. There are approximately 33,000 people living in Panama and 50,000 in Colombia who identify as Emberá. (Wiki)

Mujeres_de_la_etnia_Emberá

(Mujeres de la etnia Emberá en desfile celebrado en Chitré, capital de la provincia de Herrera, Panamá.

by Ayaita

All photos under cut- by Thierry Leclerc (https://www.flickr.com/photos/113833059@N03/)

Embera ,Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

Embera Villa Kerecia Panama

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