Garifuna refers to the Black Mesoamerican territories (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras,  the United States, among others). Garifuna people have African and Indigenous ancestry, number close to 150,000 people, and live mainly along the Caribbean coast of northern Central America. Garifuna is not only a matter of place, but also of a spiritual-economic fabric of sustainability in the amplified sense of the cross-border “family.”