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Finding big adventure in tiny Belize
The “school” teaches Garfuna (the local culture) drumming to natives as well as tourists, and also hosts “shows” and competitions. Drums are made mostly of wood — native mahogany or mayflower — with deerskin on the drumhead. One of the star drummers ...
New cruise port makes its debut in the Caribbean
Add Trujillo, Honduras to the list of destinations cruise ships are visiting in the Caribbean. Travel Dynamics International's 130-passenger Yorktown on Monday became the first cruise vessel to call at Banana Coast, a new cruise hub that has been under ...
What Happened to the Black English Speaking communities in Honduras? READER
Several Hondurans and even some Jamaican people in Hartford,Connetictut rea have ties to Honduras's Black English speaking and/or Garfuna speaking communties of Honduras's Bay islands and North Coast, including Sabas Whittaker whose wife ...
Vallecito Resists, Satuye Lives! The Garífuna Resistance to Honduras' Charter
It is August 28th in Vallecito, Colon on the Atlantic coast of Honduras. Unceasingly heavy winds and rain pound a small encampment of 200 Garífuna families throughout the night.
Dr. Luis Castillo and Diane Appelbaum Bring ¡SALUD! to Town
My people are Gar-funa. We are of African descent. We live along the Central American Caribbean coast, and came to Honduras in 1797, 211 years ago.

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