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A portrait of a man working in the remote, indigenous Miskito village, Krin Krin, Nicaragua, on the Rio Coco. Miskito are First Nation people, or Native Americans, along the eastern parts of Nicaragua and Honduras. All residents speak their native language, Miskito, and few speak any Spanish. The area continues to struggle after numerous years of crop failure, aftermath of the Contra War, and natural disasters like Hurricane Mitch.