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The Garifuna A nation across boarders

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The Garifuna are a true Caribbean people-originating over 500 years ago, when the aboriginal inhabitants of the island of St. Vincent intermarried with African slaves, together resisting slavery and fighting fiercely against the conversion of their lands into slave plantations. British and French colonists vied to control the island and eventually deported the Garifuna to Central America, where the survivors formed communities along the Caribbean coast.

Today, their vibrant culture has not only survived but is known worldwide through its music and dance. The Garifuna: A Nation Across Borders, Essays in Social Anthropology, is an impressive collection with an inspiring foreword by renowned social historian Nigel Bolland.


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