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'92 Convention in L.A. - Tribute to Pablo Lambey      08/23/03

Ah yes, July in Los Angeles, hot, steamy, broiling, and that was before the rioting, looting and burning caused by an unpopular, racially motivated verdict. more...

Today is the day we commemorate 206 years of Garifuna presence in Honduras      04/11/03

Today is the day we commemorate 206 years of Garifuna presence in Honduras. more...


When someone says,“I am a Garifuna,” that person is acknowledging the fact that she/he has Carib, Arawak and African blood pumping from their heart and through their veins. more...

DON JUSTO'S Garifuna PRODUCTS      09/23/02

Justin "Don Justo" M. Flores' lifetime achievements are notably extensive. more...

Delegates of the Carib Internationals Society attending Conference at Barranco, B.H., Dec., 1931      09/14/02

Many thanks to Mr. Clifford J. Palacio for submitting this very important piece of our history. more...


This list of Garifuna words was compiled in St. Vincent (Yurumein) in 1666. Over the past three hundred years many of these words have undergone major changes and modifications, but Garifuna speakers of today still use many of them. more...

Garifuna Holiday      04/12/02

On March 14 of every year, we should all take a moment to reflect on our exile from St. Vincent and the subsequent exodus towards Central America. more...

205 YEARS AGO TODAY      04/12/02

Two hundred and five years ago today, Our forefathers set foot upon a sandy bay, On the tiny island of Roatan off the coast Of Honduras in Central American, in boats. more...

Rita Palacio's Biography      03/29/02

Rita Palacio is an educator with extensive teaching and administrative experience both in Belize and in the United States. Born in Dangriga, Belize, Rita Palacio is a nurturing mother of nine children. Embracing the colossal challenge of raising nine children and attaining higher education, Rita Palacio pursued undergraduate and graduate education at night while working full time during the day. Living among several cultures of Belize, including Garifuna, Maya, Creole, and East Indian heightened her sensitivity to ethnic differences and prepared her to work in a multicultural society. Having lived in a Spanish-speaking community in her formative years, she speaks Spanish fluently in addition to her native language, Garifuna, and English. Rita Palacio is married to Clifford J. Palacio who is also an educator. Since the early 1970's, they migrated to Los Angeles, California where they now reside. From her earliest recollections, she was particularly interested in creative writing as a hobby and received awards for excellence in creative writing since elementary school. She was inspired as she observed elderly Garifuna women silently playing important roles in their community, but went almost unnoticed. From years of carefully observing Garifuna women, she believes that there is a commonality in generations of Garifuna women despite the differences in lifestyle. Garifuna women of today share distinct qualities with their forbearers: cultural leadership, persistence, resilience, and dedication to family and cultural values. Rita Palacio considers her mother her greatest inspiration and role model. Through her writings, she would like to capture the complexity and multidimensional nature of the Garifuna woman and the Garifuna culture. more...

April 12, 2000, in the city of Trujillo, Colón      04/12/00

For your information, a bit on how we celebrated the 203rd anniversary of the arrival of the Garífuna to Honduras here in Trujillo, Colón, Honduras. more...

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