The Garifuna language is an offshoot of the Island Carib language, and it is spoken in Honduras, Belize, Guatemala, and Nicaragua by the Garifuna people.
Garifuna (Karif) is a minority language still widely spoken in villages of Garifuna people in the western part of the north coast of Central America.
Garifuna history, geography, and social information about the community; includes contact details for supportive organizations and current news.
Garifuna by Jean-Philippe Soule. All the black communities living on the Caribbean coast of Central America are commonly called Garifuna or Black Carib, or as they ...
Moonlight drum gatherings, traditional cassava bread demonstrations, parties on Settlement Day. Garifuna culture adds life to a Belize vacation.
November 1997 the Black Carib culture known, as the Garifuna were reminded of their ancestors’ resilient struggle to overcome the brutal racism put forth by the ...
A brief history of the Garifuna people with a sidebar on T.V. Ramos, founder of Garifuna Settlement Day in Belize.
Excerpts from a National Geographic article, with personal notes from the writer and photographer, music samples, and map.
Traditional Music of the Garifuna including the famous John Canoe dance, Andy Palacio, punta, paranda music and traditional drumming and song styles.
Garifuna garífuna, a self-designation; akin to Taino caribe, caribi Carib, Island Carib (Arawakan language of the Lesser Antilles) Callípona, a self-designation ...