Video | Honduras: Development Threatening Garifuna Way of Life

In central America, the Honduran government and private developers have launched a $100 million project to build the tourism industry.  They plan to build hotels, luxury villas and a golf course on the pristine white beaches of Tela Bay.  But the project is threatening an Afro-Caribbean ethnic group called the Garifuna, which is unique to this coastal region of Central America.  Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo visited the community on the northern Caribbean coast and has their story.

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