Author: lmbroots

This is the intro for my new album Linarü Ibagari… Here is my visuals from me to you! Thanks to FC Business,Fayah Heart Sound and Main Attraction Studios for Sponsorship!!!!

  Winston Miranda is the chef behind Saraba, the only Garifuna food truck in Los Angeles, and one of the only Garifuna restaurants in all of the US. Winston’s passion and pride lies in the cuisine of the Garifuna people, the descendants of Africans and Arawaks originally from the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. The […]

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. It is an Arawakan language with French, English, and Spanish influences, reflecting their long interaction with various colonial peoples. Garifuna has a vocabulary featuring some terms used by women and […]

Guess what! For once we have an African diaspora story that doesn’t begin with slavery. This week we are looking at the history of an ethnic group known as the Garifuna! There are Garifuna communities across Central and North America including the United States, Canada, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Belize. But today we will be […]

  Victor Arzu Enlazado Virtualmente y Presente en la Programación Presentando su Nuevo Album Musical (NUESTRA HISTORIA DE AMOR) SINTONIZA, COMPARTE LA PROGRAMACION!

The Bob Marley Foundation welcomes you to the virtual celebration of the 76th Earthstrong of Reggae Legend Bob Marley. Our celebration begins at 7am on Saturday, February 6, 2021 under the theme Survival’76 after his eleventh studio album titled ‘Survival’ released in 1979. The ten-track album which went Platinum in Spain featured singles that spoke […]

he Afro-Caribbean Garifuna people originated with the arrival of West African slaves who washed ashore on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent around 1635 while likely on their way to New World mines and plantations.  Today, the global population of Garifunas stands at upwards of 300,000 people, many of whom live in the U.S. and […]

Las mujeres del pueblo garífuna de Honduras defienden sus territorios ancestrales y el medio ambiente, a pesar de la criminalización y los asesinatos de sus compañeras. Este reportaje de DW fue realizado con el apoyo de International Women´s Media Foundation, como parte de la iniciativa Adelante.

Nisuni is the Garifuna word which translates to “My Purpose” in English. This song is dedicated to everyone who has been counted out, but have risen and became more than what was expected of you. This is for everyone who is currently going through trails and facing judgments from others – Your purpose is bigger […]

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