Garifuna

The UNESCO recently made its choices for the World Heritage Site, a recognition for essential manmade and natural landmarks. The Garifuna in the tropical coasts of Central America is one of them. As NPR's Gerry Hadden reports, the few Garifunas left in the villages of Belize, mostly the elders, struggle to heal their endangered culture.

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