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Belizeans
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Notable Belizeans:
George Cadle Price, Phillip Goldson, Francis Reneau, Andy Palacio, Marion Jones
Wilfred Peters, Zee Edgell, Shyne
Total population
Approx. 500,000
Regions with significant populations
 Belize
(Nationwide)
320,270
 United States
(Los Angeles County, New York City, Chicago, Illinois, Houston, Texas)
160,000
 United Kingdom
3,000
Languages

Predominantly Kriol (English, Garifuna, Spanish, American English as well.)

Religion

Christianity (Predominantly Protestantism, but also includes Catholics and Rastafarians)

Related ethnic groups

Kriols, Garinagu, Mestizos, Indians, African diaspora, Black people, Belizean-Americans

Belizeans are people originating in the Central American nation of Belize whether they live there or in the Belizean diaspora.

Diaspora

About 1 out of every 3 Belizeans now live overseas and outside of Belize, the majority have migrated to Anglophone countries, especially the United States, where there are some 160,000 Belizeans, and the United Kingdom, with around 3,000 Belizeans. Smaller numbers now live in Canada, Mexico, and Costa Rica.

Notable Belizeans

See also

Demographics of Belize

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