Thank you for visiting the News section of garinet.com. In this area you will find News relevant to the Garifuna people from different parts of the world. To delight our visitors, we are trying our best to make this site as interactive as possible and at the same time we are taking every suggestion into consideration. Feel free to provide us with any feedback that may make us serve you better, and if you have any events coming and would like us to listed in here, please fillin the form at the message center section.
By Catherine Bremer
MIAMI, Honduras (Reuters) - Without tap water or electricity, Chaves Sanchez lives happily by a Caribbean beach that for generations has provided ample fish to feed his family and keep a palm-frond roof over their heads.
Why do some Garinagu disrespect each other? A concern and a need to reach out to our people.
I have a concern that I would like to share with the readers of this site. It is the way we Garinagu tend to treat each other. I look around and try to study other cultures and their inner relations among each other. I understand that our psychological make up will affect our sociological make up, which affects our relations to each other. I am trying to understand why we tend to treat each other disrespectfully.