Last night we told you all about the Garifuna Settlement Day activities in southern Belize - but one thing we didn't get in was the unveiling of Pen Cayetano's mural at the Dangriga Town Hall.
The mural, called "imagery of our ancestors" depicts the long history of resistance and the arrival of the Garnagu upon these shores.
Principal characters are military leader Joseph Chatoyer who fought against the British in St. Vincent and his daughter Gulisi who is recorded in Garifuna lore as one of the early settlers of southern Belize together with her eleven sons.
The Mural also includes men and women who have been leaders in fields in which the Garifuna are not known to excel. It also depicts other cultures.
Cayetano worked on the piece for weeks and he considers it a personal testament about persons who have inspired him.
Experts say it's the one of only two historical or cultural murals that exist in the country.