Monday, March 14, 2011

Garifuna Timeline 1600-2011

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1635 - Garifuna culture stems from the descendants of two Spanish slave ships that crashed in the Caribbean in 1635. The slaves on board escaped and took refuge on the Island of St. Vincent where they intermarried with the local tribe, the Caribs, and blended their ...Just when some were mourning the imminent death of Central America's African culture, Garifuna, along comes relative youngster Aurelio Martínez with a fantastic CD called Garifuna Soul. Garifuna culture stems from the descendants of two Spanish slave ships that crashed in the Caribbean in 1635. The slaves on board escaped and took refuge on the Island of St. Vincent where they intermarried with the local tribe, the Caribs, and blended their traditions and cultures.
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1635 - Era el año 1635. Los nuevos pobladores, mezclados con los caribes, dieron origen a la población garífuna. En San Vicente, franceses e ingleses explotaban plantaciones de caña de azúcar con mano de obra esclava negra. La presencia de “ negros libres”, como eran los ...Era el año 1635. Los nuevos pobladores, mezclados con los caribes, dieron origen a la población garífuna. En San Vicente, franceses e ingleses explotaban plantaciones de caña de azúcar con mano de obra esclava negra. La presencia de “ negros libres”, como eran los garífunas, representaba un mal ejemplo para los esclavistas europeos. Tras cruentas batallas contra el ejército británico, donde se destacaría al líder Joseph Satuyé, los garífunas son derrotados.
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1665
1665 - In 1665 two ships full of Africans who were to become slaves in British colonies in the Caribbean sank near the island of San Vicente. The would-be slaves swam to island freedom and soon intermixed with local Arawak tribes to form a new society known as the ...In 1665 two ships full of Africans who were to become slaves in British colonies in the Caribbean sank near the island of San Vicente. The would-be slaves swam to island freedom and soon intermixed with local Arawak tribes to form a new society known as the Black Caribes or Garifunas. It was our privilege during our short stay on the island of Roatan, Honduras, to visit a Garifuna village, watch a couple of traditional dances, and learn a little about their way of life.
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1675
1675 - Nigerian slaves escaped from a slave ship that had run aground near St. Vincent in 1675. These black people were assimilated into the native culture of the Caribs and their offspring were known as "Black Caribs" or Garifuna.In Belize, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Caribbean Islands there is the Garifuna culture, numbering approximately 500000 people. The Garifuna are descendants of Kalinagu who were Guianas of South America. Nigerian slaves escaped from a slave ship that had run aground near St. Vincent in 1675. These black people were assimilated into the native culture of the Caribs and their offspring were known as "Black Caribs" or Garifuna.
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1719
1719 - The Garifuna's population growth created political tensions with the outnumbered “Yellow Caribs” and so that at one point the Yellow Caribs even negotiated with French wanderers to settle on the islands in 1719—hoping to shift power away from the Black Caribs.Eventually the Garifuna outnumbered the original inhabitants, the "Yellow Caribs." The Garifuna's population growth created political tensions with the outnumbered “Yellow Caribs” and so that at one point the Yellow Caribs even negotiated with French wanderers to settle on the islands in 1719—hoping to shift power away from the Black Caribs.
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1727
1727 - youtube.com/watch?v=086pHev6xs8 Patrice Fisher Carlos Norales is a humble & talented singer/drummer/composer of the Garifuna culture, who through his music, connects the youth with their ancestral traditions. In 1727, a group of Africans escaped from a slave ...We hope to continue to develop a network of musicians to foster the connection between New Orleans and Honduras. see a video of Angel, Patrice and Garifunas at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=086pHev6xs8 Patrice Fisher Carlos Norales is a humble & talented singer/drummer/composer of the Garifuna culture, who through his music, connects the youth with their ancestral traditions. In 1727, a group of Africans escaped from a slave ship in St. Lucia & settled on the Carribean ...
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1763
1763 - When the British took control of St. Vincent from the French in 1763, they forcibly relocated the Garifuna to Honduras. From there, the people have spread along the Caribbean coast to Belize, Guatemala and some of the nearer islands. Today there are Garifuna ...The Garifuna are a culture of West African and Carib descent that developed on St. Vincent in the 17th Century. When the British took control of St. Vincent from the French in 1763, they forcibly relocated the Garifuna to Honduras. From there, the people have spread along the Caribbean coast to Belize, Guatemala and some of the nearer islands. Today there are Garifuna diaspora in cities throughout the United States, chief among them New York and Los Angeles.
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1773
1773 - Yancunú: Guanaragua, Maladi Yancuru o Baile de Mascaros: Es una danza guerrera, surgió en San Vicente (Yurumei) en el año de 1773, cuando el Garifuna se reveló contra los caribes primeramente debido a que estos no querían aceptar que el Garifuna conviviera ...Yancunú: Guanaragua, Maladi Yancuru o Baile de Mascaros: Es una danza guerrera, surgió en San Vicente (Yurumei) en el año de 1773, cuando el Garifuna se reveló contra los caribes primeramente debido a que estos no querían aceptar que el Garifuna conviviera con ellos en las mismas islas, y posteriormente contra el Ingles por querer éste negarle su derecho; de aquí surgió el desacuerdo y la enemistad que dio lugar a que el Ingles Criollo o Negro Isleño odiara el Garifuna ...
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1795
1795 - In 1795 the Garifuna people rebelled against the British; the Crown punished them for their insolence by deporting them to the island of Roatan, off Honduras . In the years that followed, the Garifuna slowly established villages on islands and along the coasts ...In 1795 the Garifuna people rebelled against the British; the Crown punished them for their insolence by deporting them to the island of Roatan, off Honduras . In the years that followed, the Garifuna slowly established villages on islands and along the coasts of Central America. The Garifuna today and the Garifuna populations can be found in Guatemala, Honduras, Belize and many have migrated to the United States. *Garifuna Flag colors* Yellow.
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Mar 14, 1795 - 211 years ago, everybody wondered if the Garifunas were going to survive as a people and live a long healthy life. Two years after the paramount Garifuna Chief Joseph Chatoyer was killed on March 14, 1795, the Garifuna people were exiled from their native ...211 years ago, everybody wondered if the Garifunas were going to survive as a people and live a long healthy life. Two years after the paramount Garifuna Chief Joseph Chatoyer was killed on March 14, 1795, the Garifuna people were exiled from their native land of St Vincent to the island of Roatán, off the coast of Honduras from where they dispersed along the Atlantic coast of Honduras , Guatemala, Belize and Nicaragua.
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Mar 14, 1795 - When the Garifuna warriorsarmed primarily with macheteswere defeated by the firearms of the British, as punishment for defending their dignity and rejecting the yoke of slavery, Satuye was executed on March 14, 1795. Five thousand Garifuna followers of Satuye ...When these settlers tried to capture the Garifunasas free labor for the sugar cane fields and for the mills for the production of highly coveted sugar, the Garifunas launched a revolt under the leadership of Satuyethe greatest Garifuna hero. When the Garifuna warriorsarmed primarily with macheteswere defeated by the firearms of the British, as punishment for defending their dignity and rejecting the yoke of slavery, Satuye was executed on March 14, 1795. Five thousand ...
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1796
1796 - The Garifuna resisted the British and the French in the Windward Islands until they were defeated by the British in 1796. After putting down a violent Garifuna rebellion on Saint Vincent, the British moved the Garifuna across the Caribbean to the Bay ...The Garifuna resisted the British and the French in the Windward Islands until they were defeated by the British in 1796. After putting down a violent Garifuna rebellion on Saint Vincent, the British moved the Garifuna across the Caribbean to the Bay Islands (present-day Islas de la Bahía) in the Gulf of Honduras. From there the Garifuna migrated to the Caribbean coasts of Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, and southern British Honduras. The term Garifuna also refers ...
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1796 - France claimed possession of St Vincent in the early 18th century, but eventually ceded it to Britain according to the Treaty of Paris. After prolonged resistance and a series of wars, the Garifuna finally surrendered in 1796, and Britain decided to deport ...France claimed possession of St Vincent in the early 18th century, but eventually ceded it to Britain according to the Treaty of Paris. After prolonged resistance and a series of wars, the Garifuna finally surrendered in 1796, and Britain decided to deport them. Over the course of several years, the Garifuna were shuffled around various spots in the Caribbean, with many dying of malnutrition or disease.
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Jun 10, 1796 - The Garifuna lost their leader, Chief Joseph Chatoyer, and on June 10, 1796, after a year of bitter fighting, the French and Garifuna surrendered to the British.
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1797
1797 - In 1797, as is well known in the Honduran historiography, the English left 2000 to 4000 Garifuna in Roatan, an island off the Caribbean coast of Honduras then controlled by the British, although claimed by the Spanish. Soon after, the Garifuna settled in ...In 1797, as is well known in the Honduran historiography, the English left 2000 to 4000 Garifuna in Roatan, an island off the Caribbean coast of Honduras then controlled by the British, although claimed by the Spanish. Soon after, the Garifuna settled in the old colonial port of Trujillo." The Garifuna represented a mixed people of black African and Indian ancestry from the island of Saint Vincent. The English deported the Garifuna because they resisted subjugation.
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1797 - Soon after their arrival in Central America in 1797, the Garifuna were considered by the Spanish and British settlers to be "devil-worshippers, polygamists and speakers of a secret language," which strengthened the Garifuna's resolve to live apart in their own ...Soon after their arrival in Central America in 1797, the Garifuna were considered by the Spanish and British settlers to be "devil-worshippers, polygamists and speakers of a secret language," which strengthened the Garifuna's resolve to live apart in their own settlements, maintain their independence and conserve their culture. The Garifuna songs and dance styles display a wide range of subjects, such as work songs, social dances and ancestral traditions; one of the most ...
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1797 - In 1797, the British resettled the Garifuna after a slave uprising on St Vincent. The Garifuna settled the town of Punta Gorda, bringing their own Caribbean patois and culture to the island.However, by the mid 1500's, the islands were almost completely depopulated by the Spanish slavers in search of mining and agricultural labor. In the 17th century, the English, French and Dutch pirates took control of the islands, forming the towns of Coxen Hole and Port Royal. In 1797, the British resettled the Garifuna after a slave uprising on St Vincent. The Garifuna settled the town of Punta Gorda, bringing their own Caribbean patois and culture to the island.
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1797 - I prigionieri di guerra che venivano catturati erano mandati sull'isola di Roatan, in Honduras, dove i Garifuna fondarono il loro primo insediamento nel 1797. Oggi sono soprattutto radicati sulla costa atlantica di Honduras e sono tra i più emarginati e poveri ...I prigionieri di guerra che venivano catturati erano mandati sull'isola di Roatan, in Honduras, dove i Garifuna fondarono il loro primo insediamento nel 1797. Oggi sono soprattutto radicati sulla costa atlantica di Honduras e sono tra i più emarginati e poveri del paese. Alfonso è figlio di un personaggio illustre del suo popolo, infatti suo padre è stato il primo garifuna che si è laureato in medicina ed è riconosciuto ancora oggi soprattutto per la sua preoccupazione di ...
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1797 - Nous apprécierons le calme et la tranquillité de ce village de pêcheurs garifuna . Triunfo de la Cruz est le plus ancien, et aussi la plus grande communauté garifuna ; fondée en 1797 , elle abrite quelques 8000 âmes et reste le fief de la culture Garifuna.JOUR 4 / Village Garifunas de la baie de Tela. Nous prenons la direction de la baie de Tela, et du havre de paix de Triunfo de la Cruz. Nous apprécierons le calme et la tranquillité de ce village de pêcheurs garifuna . Triunfo de la Cruz est le plus ancien, et aussi la plus grande communauté garifuna ; fondée en 1797 , elle abrite quelques 8000 âmes et reste le fief de la culture Garifuna.
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Mar 1797 - In March, 1797, after a war over land (to make room for more tobacco and sugar cane plantations), the British exiled the entire Garifuna population from St. Vincent to Honduras. Half of the 4000 Garifuna died in the passage. Since then, the Garifuna spread ...In March, 1797, after a war over land (to make room for more tobacco and sugar cane plantations), the British exiled the entire Garifuna population from St. Vincent to Honduras. Half of the 4000 Garifuna died in the passage. Since then, the Garifuna spread along the Caribbean coast of Central America, and if you travel in the region, you can find small Garifuna villages in Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and a few in Nicaragua.
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Mar 11, 1797 - As a Garifuna, I will urge my people to seriously consider a case against the government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Great Britain for forcefully occupying and removing our ancestors from our native homeland Saint Vincent on March 11, 1797, to ...As a Garifuna, I will urge my people to seriously consider a case against the government of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Great Britain for forcefully occupying and removing our ancestors from our native homeland Saint Vincent on March 11, 1797, to other islands and the island of Roatan in Honduras.
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Apr 1797 - In April 1797, over 5000 Garífuna were transported on British ships and left on the then deserted Honduran Bay Island of Roatan. Many later moved to the mainland and became allied with Spain. The Garífuna fought with the Spanish against British pirates ...The Garífuna waged a 40-year war of resistance against invading colonial powers until improved cannon technology forced them to accept permanent exile as prisoners of war. In April 1797, over 5000 Garífuna were transported on British ships and left on the then deserted Honduran Bay Island of Roatan. Many later moved to the mainland and became allied with Spain. The Garífuna fought with the Spanish against British pirates and military attacks.
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Apr 11, 1797 - The remaining 2026 captive Garifuna, who survived the exile ordeal on Baliceaux, where taken on board five British ships and shipped off to Punta Gorda on the northern coast of the island of Roatán, with limited food & supplies on April 11 , 1797 & abandoned ...The remaining 2026 captive Garifuna, who survived the exile ordeal on Baliceaux, where taken on board five British ships and shipped off to Punta Gorda on the northern coast of the island of Roatán, with limited food & supplies on April 11 , 1797 & abandoned there. (Roatán lies approximately 35 miles off the coast of Honduras). Following a petition to the Spanish authorities, many of the Garifuna were transported to Trujillo, a city on the Honduras mainland.
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Apr 12, 1797 - Some 4000 Garífuna were unceremoniously dumped on the deserted island on April 12, 1797, by the British near Port Royal. Most of the Garífuna moved on to the mainland shortly thereafter, settling first at Trujillo and then elsewhere up and down the coast ...The earliest immigrant settlement in the Bay Islands that has survived to the present day is the Garífuna village at Punta Gorda, Roatán. Some 4000 Garífuna were unceremoniously dumped on the deserted island on April 12, 1797, by the British near Port Royal. Most of the Garífuna moved on to the mainland shortly thereafter, settling first at Trujillo and then elsewhere up and down the coast, but one group decided they liked the looks of Roatán and settled at Punta Gorda ...
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Apr 12, 1797 - Last month, Miranda, Cacho and many Garifuna who live in New York traveled home to Honduras to commemorate the arrival of their Garifuna ancestors there on April 12, 1797. "I met brothers and sisters from Peru, Colombia, Brazil," Miranda said. "Some of us ...Last month, Miranda, Cacho and many Garifuna who live in New York traveled home to Honduras to commemorate the arrival of their Garifuna ancestors there on April 12, 1797. "I met brothers and sisters from Peru, Colombia, Brazil," Miranda said. "Some of us spoke different languages, but we were all Garifuna." "It was a big sea of people. The whole experience filled me with inspiration that I brought back to New York," he said.
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Apr 12, 1797 - The Garífuna Day Street Festival is an outdoor event. Its objective is to commemorate the exile of the Garífuna people from Yurumein (the Island of St. Vincent, in the Caribbean), to their arrival in Central America, on April 12, 1797. The commemoration's ...The Garífuna Day Street Festival is an outdoor event. Its objective is to commemorate the exile of the Garífuna people from Yurumein (the Island of St. Vincent, in the Caribbean), to their arrival in Central America, on April 12, 1797. The commemoration's theme this year is "Garifuna Bicentennial + 10 - Historic Past - Brilliant Future."
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Apr 12, 1797 - The Garifuna arrived April 12, 1797. (I found this picture on the readingdance. com website, a site filled lots of neat stuff that I'd like to check out!)
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May 17, 1797 - The Spanish kept their promise; Garifunas arrived in Trujillo, Colon (Honduras) on May 17th, 1797. In the early 1900s more then 100 enterprises had been exporting bananas from the Central American coast and Garifunas were involved in this commercial ...Garifunas then asked the Spanish to take them to the Honduran Coast. The Spanish accepted gracefully because they knew, that by doing this, they would now own the Bay Islands, and they would also acquire an additional labor force. The Spanish kept their promise; Garifunas arrived in Trujillo, Colon (Honduras) on May 17th, 1797. In the early 1900s more then 100 enterprises had been exporting bananas from the Central American coast and Garifunas were involved in this ...
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1798
1798 - Considered undesirables, the Garifuna were treated brutally and finally exiled to Honduras on British frigates in 1798, transported like slaves.A fusion of escaped African slaves, who had shipwrecked on St. Lucia, and Carib Indians with whom they interbred, the Garifuna share the lowest tier of Honduran society with the Moskito Indians. When the British seized St. Lucia in a 1790's grab for French territories during the Napoleonic Wars, the Garifuna sided with the French, who lost. Considered undesirables, the Garifuna were treated brutally and finally exiled to Honduras on British frigates in 1798 ...
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1802
1802 - Any appraisal of Garifuna musical tradition confronts the complicated history of colonial Belize,3 where the Garifuna first arrived as wage laborers in 1802, bearing a proud, militant history of resisting enslavement.4 I propose to explore the relationship ...Any appraisal of Garifuna musical tradition confronts the complicated history of colonial Belize,3 where the Garifuna first arrived as wage laborers in 1802, bearing a proud, militant history of resisting enslavement.4 I propose to explore the relationship between early accounts of Garifuna music and dance and contemporary media portrayals, situating analysis in the broader context of the historical insertion of Garifuna culture into the regional political economy, and, more ...
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Nov 19, 1802 - The first Garifuna arrived in Belize, then British Honduras, on November 19th, 1802. Today, this day is a national holiday and the arrival of the Garinagu is celebrated all over Belize with music, drumming, dancing and pageantry in various Garifuna ...“Gunfuli Wamei Hayumaha Wayuangu; let us answer the call of our ancestors,” is this year's theme for the National Garifuna celebration in Belize. Garinagu ( plural of Garifuna) also known as Black Caribs, are descendants of two ethnic groups, the Carib Indians and the Black Africans that once lived on the island of St. Vincent. The first Garifuna arrived in Belize, then British Honduras, on November 19th, 1802. Today, this day is a national holiday and the arrival of ...
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1820
1820 - There is no record of who was or were the first Garifuna person(s) to reach the southern coast of Belize. History records that by the year 1820, some 150 Garifuna were already living on the southern coast of the country. The author surmises that the first ...There is no record of who was or were the first Garifuna person(s) to reach the southern coast of Belize. History records that by the year 1820, some 150 Garifuna were already living on the southern coast of the country. The author surmises that the first Garifuna to reach these shores was a fisherman who may have been carried across the bay by a northeaster. However it happened, what we know is that when the Garifuna started settling the southern coast of Belize they ...
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1823
1823 - In 1823, the Central American constitution reclassified the Garifuna as “Negroes .” Political unrest between warring colonial powers caused many Garifuna to leave Honduras and move north to Belize, a British colony. Those re-maining in Spanish-speaking areas ...In 1823, the Central American constitution reclassified the Garifuna as “Negroes .” Political unrest between warring colonial powers caused many Garifuna to leave Honduras and move north to Belize, a British colony. Those re-maining in Spanish-speaking areas ultimately settled into the societies, but relations were sometimes volatile. The Garifuna are close-knit and consider themselves unique because of their synthesis of traditional African music and dance, ceremony, and ...
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Nov 19, 1823 - On November 19th, 1823, a large group of Garifuna from the Bay Island landed at the mouth of the North Stann Creek. The date of this mass landing is celebrated every year in Belize as a national holiday. The name of Stann Creek Town was changed to Dangriga ...On November 19th, 1823, a large group of Garifuna from the Bay Island landed at the mouth of the North Stann Creek. The date of this mass landing is celebrated every year in Belize as a national holiday. The name of Stann Creek Town was changed to Dangriga (Sweet Water) in honor of the Garifuna people. The Garifuna culture still influences much of what happens in Dangriga, and other coastal villages such as Hopkins and Seine Bight. Garifuna women at church Garifuna ...
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1832
1832 - This festival commemorates the arrival of the Garifuna people in Belize in 1832. Garifuna Settlement Day is celebrated throughout the country, but especially in Dangriga, the cultural capital of Belize. The Garifuna people are a unique fusion of two cultures ...This festival commemorates the arrival of the Garifuna people in Belize in 1832. Garifuna Settlement Day is celebrated throughout the country, but especially in Dangriga, the cultural capital of Belize. The Garifuna people are a unique fusion of two cultures – African and Amerindian. The story is that two ships transporting captive Africans were shipwrecked near to St. Vincent. The captives escaped from the sinking boat and reached the island where they were welcomed by ...
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Nov 19, 1832 - Garifuna Settlement Day celebrates a migration that took place on November 19, 1832, when a large number of Garifuna landed in Belize from Honduras. The coastal land of Belize was a comfortable and welcome sight after being forced to leave some of their ...Garifuna Settlement Day celebrates a migration that took place on November 19, 1832, when a large number of Garifuna landed in Belize from Honduras. The coastal land of Belize was a comfortable and welcome sight after being forced to leave some of their earlier settlements. This day is celebrated mainly in Dangriga, where there is probably the largest number of Garifuna on the Belizean mainland. For more information, try garifuna-world.com.
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Nov 19, 1832 - La prodigiosa rinascita della cultura garifuna è iniziata negli anni '80, anche grazie all'impulso ricevuto dal grande successo del punta rock (v. p36). Il Garifuna Settlement Day celebra l'anniversario dell'arrivo dei garinagu in Belize, il 19 novembre 1832 ...La prodigiosa rinascita della cultura garifuna è iniziata negli anni '80, anche grazie all'impulso ricevuto dal grande successo del punta rock (v. p36). Il Garifuna Settlement Day celebra l'anniversario dell'arrivo dei garinagu in Belize, il 19 novembre 1832, ed è stato dichiarato giorno di festa nazionale; in questa occasione, nelle città del sud – in particolare a Dangriga – si organizzano grandi feste con abbondanza di specialità gastronomiche, musica punta e ...
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Nov 19, 1832 - L'arrivée des Garifunas vers ce dernier établissement, avec à leur tête Alejo Béni, le 19 novembre 1832, est commémorée au Belize par la fête du Garifuna Seulement Day.
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1847
1847 - Portions of the Bible were published in the Garifuna language in 1847, the first important publication in the language. There are smaller Protestant groups, mostly converts to evangelical and fundamentalist churches, many based in the United States. Many pre ...Portions of the Bible were published in the Garifuna language in 1847, the first important publication in the language. There are smaller Protestant groups, mostly converts to evangelical and fundamentalist churches, many based in the United States. Many pre- Christian rites, particularly those associated with death and veneration of ancestors, have been retained as part of the Garifuna popular culture, emphasizing the concept of life after death, continuity of family lines ...
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1864
1864 - La historia refiere que Corozal fue fundada por Manuel Cayetano, en 1864, un robusto garífuna proveniente de San Antonio, Colón. "Había zarpado desde su comunidad en una pequeña embarcación con destino a El Porvenir, Atlántida, a 15 Km de la bahía de La ...La historia refiere que Corozal fue fundada por Manuel Cayetano, en 1864, un robusto garífuna proveniente de San Antonio, Colón. "Había zarpado desde su comunidad en una pequeña embarcación con destino a El Porvenir, Atlántida, a 15 Km de la bahía de La Ceiba con el propósito de buscar mejores horizontes en la zona atlántica", Dijo el historiador Carlos Castillo.
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1941
1941 - This migration, called the Yurumein (the Garifuna translation for the homeland, St. Vincent), is celebrated each year, in communities across Belize as a part of Garifuna Settlement Day celebrations, founded by TV Ramos in 1941. As Belizeans celebrate the ...This migration, called the Yurumein (the Garifuna translation for the homeland, St. Vincent), is celebrated each year, in communities across Belize as a part of Garifuna Settlement Day celebrations, founded by TV Ramos in 1941. As Belizeans celebrate the mass exodus of Garinagu from Honduras to Belize, amid what TV Ramos described as persecution from other ethnic groups there, Garinagu brothers and sisters still living along Honduras's east coast are today facing ...
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1978
1978 - Die Puntamusik wurde 1978 erstmals einer internationalen Öffentlichkeit bekannt, als Pen Cayetano mit der Turtle Shell Band traditionelle Garifuna-Instrumente wie garawon (Trommel), Rasseln und Schildkrötenpanzer mit modernen elektronischen Instrumenten ...Die Puntamusik wurde 1978 erstmals einer internationalen Öffentlichkeit bekannt, als Pen Cayetano mit der Turtle Shell Band traditionelle Garifuna-Instrumente wie garawon (Trommel), Rasseln und Schildkrötenpanzer mit modernen elektronischen Instrumenten mixte. Pen Cayetanos Lieder brachten dabei die politischen, sozialen, wirtschaftlichen Probleme und Interessen der Garifuna in Belize zum Ausdruck und trugen zum Wiedererstarken des Selbstbewusstseins der Garifuna bei.
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1981
Dec 1981 - The National Garifuna Council - NGC The NGC emerged as a non-governmental organisation dedicated to the preservation of the Garifuna culture and development of the Garifuna Nation in December 1981. It is clear from its 25 year history; the NGC has ...The National Garifuna Council - NGC The NGC emerged as a non-governmental organisation dedicated to the preservation of the Garifuna culture and development of the Garifuna Nation in December 1981. It is clear from its 25 year history; the NGC has undergone significant changes to continue to address issues affecting Garinagu. Nonetheless, the vision that guides and motivates the work of the Council has remained constant.
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1997
Apr 12, 1997 - It became the grassroots movement that organized the Commemoration of the 200thanniversary of the arrival of the Garifunas to Honduras on April 12th, 1997 (The Garifuna Bicentennial).The First Garifuna Summit Meeting served as a catalyst for many important accomplishments in the Global Garifuna Community. It is recognized as the beginning of the modern day Garifuna (Afro descendants) movement in the United States and Central America. It became the grassroots movement that organized the Commemoration of the 200thanniversary of the arrival of the Garifunas to Honduras on April 12th, 1997 (The Garifuna Bicentennial).
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From Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Epicenter of the Garifuna Culture - Related web pages
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2001
May 18, 2001 - On May 18th 2001, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, proclaimed the Garifuna Language, Music and Dance a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The National Garifuna Council (NGC) is ...On May 18th 2001, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO, proclaimed the Garifuna Language, Music and Dance a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity. The National Garifuna Council (NGC) is the lead organization that is responsible for safeguarding preserving and revitalizing of the Garifuna language, music and dance.
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From Garifuna Coalition: The Garifuna Culture in the 21st Century - Related web pages
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2004
Dec 2004 - Long a leading proponent of Garifuna popular music and a tireless advocate for the maintenance of the Garifuna language and traditions, in December 2004 he was appointed Cultural Ambassador and Deputy Administrator of the National Institute of Culture and ...Long a leading proponent of Garifuna popular music and a tireless advocate for the maintenance of the Garifuna language and traditions, in December 2004 he was appointed Cultural Ambassador and Deputy Administrator of the National Institute of Culture and History. Martínez is one of the most extraordinary and passionate Garifuna artists of his generation and, for the past four years, he has served as a City Councilman in Honduras' third largest city, La Ceiba, in the ...
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2007
2007 - Andy Palacio, from Belize, became a star of Garifuna-rooted Central American punta-rock, then focused on keeping Garifuna culture vital by forming THE GARIFUNA COLLECTIVE with younger and older Garifuna musicians and releasing “ Watina,” a superb album ...Andy Palacio, from Belize, became a star of Garifuna-rooted Central American punta-rock, then focused on keeping Garifuna culture vital by forming THE GARIFUNA COLLECTIVE with younger and older Garifuna musicians and releasing “ Watina,” a superb album of modernized Garifuna songs in 2007. But he died in January after a heart attack, and what would have been a triumphal tour is now a memorial. The Garifuna Collective that he organized will perform along with ...
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From The Week Ahead: Mar.30-Apr. 5 - New York Times - Related web pages
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2008
Jan 19, 2008 - Agúzate TV recorded a spectacular event that honored the memory and life-long work of the Garifuna people's greatest cultural ambassador, Andy Palacio who passed away suddenly on January 19, 2008. This tour, organized to celebrate the recent worldwide ...Agúzate TV recorded a spectacular event that honored the memory and life-long work of the Garifuna people's greatest cultural ambassador, Andy Palacio who passed away suddenly on January 19, 2008. This tour, organized to celebrate the recent worldwide recognition of Garifuna's greatest traditional musicians through the recordings "Watina" and "Umalali: The Garifuna Women's Project", continues in Andy's honor and features top Garifuna artists from these recordings plus ...
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2009
2009 - Therefore, In an effort to reestablish the link with their homeland of StVincent and the Grenadines, the Board of Directors of the Garifuna Coalition met with Cosmus Cozier, Consulate General of St Vincent and the Grenadines in New York to discuss their plan ...Therefore, In an effort to reestablish the link with their homeland of StVincent and the Grenadines, the Board of Directors of the Garifuna Coalition met with Cosmus Cozier, Consulate General of St Vincent and the Grenadines in New York to discuss their plan for a Garifuna reunion in St Vincent and the Grenadines in 2009. “We are proud to be part of Caribbean-American Heritage Month and celebrate and join in recognizing the Caribbean Americans whose determination ...
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