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Supporters of ousted Honduras’ President Manuel Zelaya clash with soldiers near the presidential residence in Tegucigalpa, Monday, June 29. 2009
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How Pentagon Officials May Have Encouraged a 2009 Coup in Honduras

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Source: The Intercept / The Dawn News / August 29, 2017 FORT MCNAIR, ONE of the oldest U.S. military posts in the country, is nestled on an outcropping of land where the Anacostia and Potomac rivers meet in Washington, D.C. There, within the National Defense University, is the Center for Hemispheric […]

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June 2017 Week of Action in Solidarity with Honduras!
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June 2017 Week of Action in Solidarity with Honduras!

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8 Year Anniversary of the Jun 2009 coup in Honduras and one year since the assassination of Berta Cáceres. Source: Honduras Solidarity / The Dawn News / June 25, 2017 Honduras Solidarity Network is uniting with our member organization Witness for Peace and other  organizations for  Week of Action for the […]

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Vásquez in front of shrine to Berta Cáceres. Photo: Beverly Bell
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“Heaven and Earth Don’t Belong to the Companies”—The Role of Lenca Culture in Defending Lands, Waters and Peoples in Honduras. An interview with Pascuala Vásquez

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Pascuala Vásquez is the spiritual leader of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH). Known affectionately to all as Doña Pascualita, she is also head of COPINH’s Lenca cultural committee, and is on the council of elders.  By: Beverly Bell / The Dawn News / March 21, […]

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