Image Description: A wood paneled structure is propped on stilts in Macedonia, Amazonas. This is Abya Yala land, the reclaimed name of Colombia. Underneath a corrugated metal roof, shirts and towels hang on a clothesline, attached to wooden pillars along the entrance. The middle of the structure lacks a front facade, leaving it open to the elements and also to the full day’s light. It is in this nook that we encounter the warmly lit, brown skinned Ticuna weavers, seated on the wood plank floor, focused on the work they are engaged in.