PRI’s The World-Peruvians in America Help Quake Survivors Back Home

For centuries, home has been a transient notion for the ethnic community known as the Garifuna.  Pushed around the Caribbean region by various colonial powers, many sought safe haven in New York beginning in the 1940s. They’ve kept coming in small waves, but have maintained a low profile — until now.  On the cusp of the 2010 census, community leaders are asking Garifuna residents to stand up and be counted.

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