The town of Triunfo de la Cruz (Tela, Honduras) on the Caribbean coast brought its suit to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in San José. The lawsuit says that of 2,800 hectares (7,000 acres) of ancestral lands, only 240 hectares remain. In the next town of Tela, hotels and a golf course have been built, resulting in more loss of land, Castro Martínez said. His neighbor, Eugenia Flores, 31, spoke in Garífuna through an interpreter, saying tearfully “our culture has been crushed, our way of life. If it keeps up like this, we will lose everything.”
“The Garífuna people, for their way of being, were declared part of the Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2004. We don’t know what that means exactly, but we suppose it implies that the state must take action to protect and preserve the Garífuna people’s identity.” -Miriam Miranda. “Indio Barbaro” game in Barrio Cristales.
Photo By Jack Eidt.
I wish white ppl would stop appropriating vodou/voodou and i wish everyone would stop using voodoo as cutecreepy adjectives for their cupcakes or names for their rats lmao. Its a deeply rooted mixture of ancient african and taino religion that should be respected not ur edgy playtoy and sexy switch up to ur boring mayonnaise life.
be careful washing dishes in the dark
is this fall out boy lyrics
Oh. I thought it was like a pun towards “my songs know what you did in the dark”
just trying to warn people about the dangers of trying to clean their good china when they can’t see