Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 5:00pmLocation:
Sierra Hall 309
The film centers around Garifuna peoples, their Caribbean origins and their steadfast determination to hold onto their culture. Descended from enslaved West Africans on St. Vincent in the Caribbean and Indians from the Carib and Arawak tribes, the Garifuna were exiled to Central America by British in the 1700s. Living today in Central American nations such as Honduras and Belize, and in major cities such as New York and Los Angeles, the Garifuna proudly maintain their centuries-old culture, language and music.
Sponsors: Central American Studies (CAS) and Central American United Student Association (CAUSA).