The Garifuna Journey
Celebrating the Resiliency of the Indigenous People of Belize

The Garifuna Journey - Celebrating the Resiliency of the Indigenous People of Belize
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Andrea

I have been working collaboratively with the Garifuna community in Belize, the United States and on St. Vincent in the Caribbean since 1994. When traveling in the Caribbean in the 1980’s I had heard about the “Black Caribs” who had been exiled from St. Vincent to Central America for ...Read more

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