Honduras community radio benefit in Seattle

At 6:30pm on Friday, May 6 the Seattle Honduras Solidarity Committee is holding a potluck and screening of the documentary “Quien Dijo Miedo,” about resistance and repression following the 2009 coup. The event is a benefit to support community radio projects in Honduras, and will be hosted at Autonomia, a recently formed radical social space in Seattle, located at 600 24th Ave. S.  Don’t miss it, and thanks to all who are organizing these important projects!

Benefit screening of "Quien Dijo Miedo," 6:30 pm at Autonomia in Seattle, 600 24th Ave S.

About cascadiasolidaria

Human rights and solidarity activist from Cascadia, North America, writing about issues of justice and security in Guatemala and Central America from a perspective of solidarity with human rights and social movements.
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