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Bread - Fein      03/27/05

INGREDIENTS 8 cups flour 1/4 cup sugar 1 Tab salt 1/4 cup shortening (optional) 1 1/2 cups coconut milk 2 Tab Yeast 1 cup lukewarm water 1 Tab sugar more...

Lidani Garifuna Times interviews Dr. Joseph Palacio      03/22/05

For those of you who don’t know, Dr. Joseph Palacio is a hustler, just like the artist Cassidy says on his new single featuring Jay-Z. But there’s something special about this “hustla”. He is smart, and humble. His responses to the questions we asked were firm and direct. And if you ask about his resume, his ambition and his plans, please, look no further. more...

The Beginning of Punta Rock      03/22/05

In celebration of the 208th Anniversary of Garifuna Heritage, there’s no way we can ignore the epicenter of what has maintained Garifuna culture for the past 27 years. And yes, we must put on the record that it was not Banda Blanca who created this juggernaut. It was a group young Garifuna men in the Garifuna City of Dangriga in Belize. more...

Rice & Beans      03/20/05

INGREDIENTS • ½ lb red kidney beans • 2 cups of rice • 1 can coconut milk • 4 cups of water • 1 medium onion • ½ bell pepper • 1 mashed clove garlic • salt to taste • ½ tsb ground black pepper more...

Darasa      03/14/05

Ingredients: 6 green bananas – grated 2 teaspoons salt (add more to taste) ½ teaspoons blank pepper ¼ cup coconut cream or ¼ cup of shortening more...

Hudutu Baruru (Plantain Foofoo)      03/14/05

Ingredients 5 green plantains 1 ripe plantain 2 tsps salt 4 Qts of water more...

In Celebration of Garifuna Heritage Month      03/14/05

In 2005, you may consider that the availability of Garifuna News and information is beginning to reach its peak, thanks to the works of websites and message boards. more...

WGO 2005 Assembly      03/04/05

Over some years now, the World Garifuna Organization (WGO) has been very intensely concerned about the quality of the interactions and exchanges among our black students, parents, schools and educational administration and ultimately how they, each in its own fashion, benefit from and contribute to its own individual progress and development as well as to that of the Nation at large. more...

Bilingual Intercultural Education in Classrooms--An Elusive Goal      03/04/05

For 5 ethnic groups bilingual intercultural education was approved in 1992. In 1994 it became the law for all the indigenous ethnic groups with the ratification of the Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization by the Honduran Congress. In spite of this, for most ethnic groups this project is not in the classrooms. more...


According to general history, around 10,000 B.C. a group of nomadic people, from Asia following migrating herds of animals, crossed the ice-capped lands from Siberia to Alaska. The Eskimos, Mayas, Incas and Aztecs are the descendants of these first travelers. Their migration eventually reached down the Amazon River and north into the Orinoco Valley, along the coast of Venezuela and continued through South and Central America. The Garifuna history begins with the Arawaks who are the original inhabitants of Yurumein (St. Vincent) the land of our ancestors. more...

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