This report looks at the impacts of gendered land loss and privatization on Afro-Indigenous Garifuna women. Land in Garifuna culture is passed through matrilineal lines and thus the expansion of coastal land markets has resulted in women’s loss of territorial control. Whilst collecting testimony to present before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Gregoria Flores, the head of Fraternal Black Honduran Organization (OFRANEH), a grassroots organization promoting political and land rights of Garifuna communities, was shot and wounded. Miriam Miranda, also a member of OFRANEH, was searched by masked men with a warrant signed by a judge. After being forced out of her house, 19-year-old Mirna Isabel Santos Thomas was found dead alongside the road. Land loss issues have rooted Garifuna women in political struggles.